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ALA Washington Office
The ALA Washington Office
"The American Library Association's Washington Office was established in 1945 to represent libraries on Capitol Hill, and now consists of the Office of Government Relations (OGR) and the Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP)."
Why Become an ACRL Advocate?
Serving as an ACRL Legislative Advocate is a great way to help keep our elected officials aware of how important libraries are to serving the needs of students, faculty, and staff and thus, in turn, how important libraries are to the success of our state and our country in an increasingly complex and globalized society. No political connections or great rhetorical skills are needed. - Tim Dodge, Auburn University.
National Library Legislative Day
For information contact Eric A. Kidwell (State Coordinator for Alabama) email@example.com
It's all about the story.
Become an Advocate for Libraries
Alabama ACRL Government Relations Committee
The Alabama ACRL (AACRL) Government Relations Committee works to address legislative issues of importance to academic and research libraries. Check the AACRL web site for further information and to volunteer for the service on the Committee. You can also find the Committee on Facebook by searching for "Government Relations Committee of the Alabama Chapter of ACRL."
Legislative Development Committee, Alabama Library Association
The Legislative Development Committee of the Alabama Library Association works to advance legislative initiatives important to Alabama libraries and their users. For information on becoming involved, check the Association web site.
School Library Advocacy
From the American Association of School Librarians.