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ALA Advocacy/PR Tools for Public Libraries and State Libraries

This is another one of those things I bookmarked and then forgot to share: 2012ALA Advocacy/PR Tools for Public Libraries and State Libraries,  http://www.ala.org/research/initiatives/plftas/data_in_action.

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Provided here are resources and examples of data use that hopefully will make it easier for local libraries and library supporters to use study findings in a variety of advocacy contexts. Additional resources are linked here and available directly from the Information Policy & Access Center, which is a research partner and manages the study’s annual survey of public libraries.

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Media Materials and Templates

You still find these useful as templates and guides.

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  1. […] Provided here are resources and examples of data use that hopefully will make it easier for local libraries and library supporters to use study findings in a variety of advocacy contexts. Additional resources are linked here and available directly from the Information Policy & Access Center, which is a research partner and manages the study’s annual survey of public libraries. (Read Full Article- Library PR)” […]

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