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Event: Telling Your Library Story for Community Impact, Advocacy and Action

Event: Telling Your Library Story for Community Impact, Advocacy and Action
Event Date: 04/16/2019
Location City: Virtual
Location State: California


Description:
Telling Your Library Story for Community Impact, Advocacy and Action



An Infopeople 4-week online course, April 16, 2019 to May 13, 2019



· Have you ever felt moved to action by a story you read or heard?

· Do you recognize the power of story, but are daunted by the process of creating one?

· Would you like to learn how to use stories about your library’s value and impact to inspire your community to engagement, volunteerism and political support?



In this course, instructor Rance Greene, Founder of needastory.com will teach you a method called Story Design. At its core, Story Design has a simple goal -- to move a specific audience to take action on new skills, new knowledge and new attitudes by using story's power to connect with people's emotions. During the course you will use a Story Design worksheet to help you build a compelling story for your library and specific audience. As part of the course you will also hear from John Chrastka (Executive Director, EveryLibrary) about how storytelling can be used for library advocacy.



Instructor: Rance Greene



Fee: $200



Special note: This course is a collaboration between EveryLibrary and Infopeople, the continuing education arm of Califa. We are happy to announce that 25% of each registration will go to support the work of the EveryLibrary Institute, a 501c3 non-profit organization with a research and training agenda focused on the funding future for libraries.



For a complete course description and to register go to https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/info?id=828&reset=1





Gini Ambrosino

Infopeople Project Assistant

(916) 690-6595

assist@infopeople.org

http://infopeople.org/


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