Turning the Page 2.0 is a unique opportunity for free, in-depth, interactive, online education in public library advocacy. Register for this six week course and get one-on-one attention from professional facilitators as you build a customized Advocacy Work Plan for your library.
Registration for the summer session (week of July 9-week of August 13) is now open!
Registration closes June 13.
This session begins with a free, optional program at the ALA 2012 Annual Conference on June 22, then transitions into an online six-week course with weekly virtual classroom sessions and independent work.
Quotes from participants of Turning the Page 2.0:
“I cannot recommend it highly enough. It has changed not just how I advocate for our library, but how I think about things here in general. It is a good investment of time and energy.”
“This course is further honing my public speaking, relationship building, and ‘asking’ skills.”
“It was one of the best library-related online experiences I have had.”
Turning the Page 2.0 is developed and presented by the Public Library Association with generous support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.