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From the Colorado Association of School Librarians On this site, you will find message templates (sample e-mails, letters, newsletter blurbs, brochures, and even videos) containing these taglines and targeting specific stakeholder audiences in order to promote school librarians as 21st century skills experts.

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Scoop.it! School Library Advocacy “Promoting school libraries, programs and teacher librarians/library media specialists.” Curated by Karen Bonanno

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A site to go beyond the bun and challenge old, outdated librarian stereotypes with photos of real librarians in their real lives doing real stuff. Submit your picture.

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Family Literacy Night event stresses importance of literacy in childhood

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PKB EMPIRE 180 Women's Cap Sleeve Junior's Cap Sleeve T-Shirt

Welcome to the Library Advocacy Store! Your store for everything you need to advocate for libraries, without saying a thing. All purchases from the Library Advocacy Store go to support library advocacy projects.

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Everyday Advocacy: Making a case for libraries is easy with web tools. Here’s how to get started.

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The 7 Critical Services All Libraries Should Offer

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Why Reading at a Young Age Matters. #books #reading #parenting #infographic #children via @harperchildrens

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"Make Some Noise!" blog, Guest Post:Visibility Works! by Sara Kelly Johns with guest Rebecca Ekstrom. Rebecca uses Animoto videos to show evidence of the difference a school librarian makes for students and to document what learning look likes. Take a look at her videos. Do others know what you do in your library? Animoto is an easy to use tool that can be used for free.

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SCASL Brochure

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