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This project is administered by the South Central Regional Library Council with funding from the Institue for Museum and Library Services.
Let's work together to ensure that all stakeholders understand how crucial libraries are to having an information-literate citizenry and growing economy.
SCRLC's Awareness & Advocacy Committee is developing a story bank to use for everyday advocacy (meetings with stakeholders, legislators, administrators, etc.). We invite you to share a memorable library story that had a positive impact on your community & library through the link above. As a reminder, keep real names and other identifying characteristics confidential.
Feel free to adapt the following format shared by Megan Cusick of ALA: Introduce your hero; Describe the problem; Describe the library intervention; Connect the intervention to the good ending; Connect the intervention to the work of your library; Connect the solution to the priorities of your stakeholders/decision makers.