Library Advocacy Resources/Bibliography
Megan Cusick, American Library Associations Deputy Director of State Advocacy (ALA Library Advocacy Policy on a State level) email@example.com
Dr. Alan Inouye, Interim Associate and Executive Director of Public Policy and Advocacy (ALA Library Advocacy Policy on a Federal level) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Anthony Chow, California Library Association (CLA) Advocacy & Legislation Committee, Library Advocacy Intern Advisor, and SJSU iSchool Director email@example.com
Access, Advocacy, and Impact: How Public Libraries Are
Contributing to Educational Equity for Children and Families in
Pentland. (2022). The Advocacy Efforts for School Library
Staffing during the Pandemic. Knowledge Quest, 50(3), 24–31.
North Dakota State Library, July 22, 2020
Library 101: Advocacy
- Identify advocates for the library
- ongoing process
- attending non library events, community events
- info graphics to distribute to community members, make the data “pop”
Library Advocacy 2022
School District of La Crosse Librarians
For facilities improvement …any resources for Librarians?
Giles. (2020). ONE SMALL VOICE MY SCHOOL LIBRARY ADVOCACY JOURNEY. Knowledge Quest, 48(4), 22–27.
ADVOCATING FOR THE “WHY” OF SCHOOL LIBRARIES: Empowering Students
ISSN: 1094-9046 , 2163-5234
Frontline Advocacy for School Libraries Toolkit
Burns. (2017). Practitioner Perceptions of School Library
Advocacy. Education Libraries (Boston, MA), 38(1).