Webinar: Fighting Back When Cuts Are Threatened

Learn about the right way to engage parents and other stakeholders in the face of crisis, and get oriented to how SaveSchoolLibrarians.org can be put to work in support.

Topic: This ISTE School Librarians / EveryLibrary webinar is designed to give you insights on what you can do to get started quickly on a campaign to safeguard your own position or budget, or to get organized across a district when cuts are threatened. Learn about the right way to engage parents and other stakeholders in the face of crisis, and get oriented to how SaveSchoolLibrarians.org can be put to work in support. If there is a threat to your position or budget, or to other school libraries or librarians across your district, know how to mobilize people to help you fight back.

Presented by: John Chrastka, EveryLibrary, and Elissa Malespina, ISTE School Librarians Network Chair


ABOUT THESE WEBINARS: EveryLibrary and the ISTE Librarians Network announce a new “From Advocacy to Activism” webinar series for 2018 supporting school librarians and school library program budgets. These four free interactive webinars are designed for school librarians and school library activists to learn new skills and hone effective strategies that are focused on library funding. Taught by the EveryLibrary team, participants will hear about real-world examples from SaveSchoolLibrarians.org funding fights and other issue campaigns that can be put to work in their own schools and districts.

The ISTE Librarians Network is proud to partner with EveryLibrary in sponsoring this webinar series. Thanks to Follett Learning for supporting the SaveSchoolLibrarians.org initiative and the webinar series. 

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