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Coming Soon! Everyday Advocacy Matters eNewsletter

Get ready, ALSC members!  Fall is about to become a little more awesome.

Why?  Because swirling leaves and sweater weather bring the launch of our brand-new eNewsletter—Everyday Advocacy Matters.

Published quarterly, Everyday Advocacy Matters will complement the ALSC Everyday Advocacy website and extend its rich resources with targeted, timely, and fun content.

Curious to know more? Here’s a peek at the goodies in each issue:

From the Editor.  Find a friendly, lighthearted welcome to each issue from the Everyday Advocacy Member Content Editor.

Everyday Advocacy Spotlight. Look for the “Awesome Advocate Profile” and a seasonal feature to help focus your advocacy efforts (coming in January 2014).

News You Can Use.  Snap up the latest reports, data, and stories to help you make the case for libraries in your community.

Get Inspired!  Here’s your chance to shine! Check out the “Savvy Success Story” feature, highlighting the work of ALSC members just like you.

Calendar.  Keep on top of your advocacy efforts with key dates for learning, sharing, and making a difference.

Resources.  Link directly to the Everyday Advocacy website and ALSC blog for more great tips, tools, and techniques for success!

Watch for the first issue of Everyday Advocacy Matters on or around October 1. 

Can’t wait until then?  Visit Everyday Advocacy (www.ala.org/everyday-advocacy) anytime to be informed, engage with your community, speak out, get inspired, or share your advocacy story!