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Image attribution: http://bit.ly/tzj5S7Changing expectationsto influence outcomes.
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“*Many+ do not see librarians as educated       professionals who play an active role in the       academic community.” - ...
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Keep a        “story   file” and beready to share.
Write acolumnin yourPTA newsletter.
Hold a        library    open house_______ night.
Create amissionstatementfor your library.
Do more      than just attendmeetings.
Provethat youknow aboutmore than books.
Collect      and   share dataabout your work.
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Invite schoolboard members,local politicians,reporters,community leaders, etcto visit your library.
Speak at            local events:           Ed sororities,           PTA Councils,Chambers of Commerce,clubs and organizat...
Offer towrite articlesfor districtwide publications:PR, PD, Finance, HR.
Submit          articles to           your local         newspaper      BEFORE thereis a crisis looming.
Addyourevents tolocal communitycalendars/bulletins.
Be a       business card bomber:Pass your cardsout Ninja style.
Elevatethosewhosupport youand your students.
Harness     the   power      ofSocial Media.
Step  outside the echochamber.
Joinand helpgrow yourprofessionalorganization(s).
Get             your         students      involved innational contests.
Getoff yourduff andrespond torequests to advocate.
Help cultivate   moreRock Stars!
Kids First.Everything Else Second.
Share.
You’re nottooting your own horn.
It’s not braggingif it’s true.
Don’t advocate forlibrarians or libraries.    Advocate    for kids.
“Be not afraid ofgoing slowly. Fearonly standing still.”         - Chinese Proverb
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  1. 1. Image attribution http://bit.ly/twvdU9
  2. 2. Image attribution: http://bit.ly/tzj5S7Changing expectationsto influence outcomes.
  3. 3. Image attribution: http://bit.ly/s9WDKj
  4. 4. “*Many+ do not see librarians as educated professionals who play an active role in the academic community.” - “A Report of Findings From Six Focus Groups with K-12 Parents, Teachers, and Principals, as Well as Middle and High School Students” (AASL, 2003) “*Many+ tend to rely on their own image of school libraries and librarians from their youth.” - “A Report of Findings From Six Focus Groups with K-12 Parents, Teachers, and Principals, as Well as Middle and High School Students” (AASL, 2003) “Only 47% *of principals+ believe there is direct link between effective libraries and increased student achievement.” - “School Library Journal’s Survey or Principals” (Lau, 2002)Image attribution: http://bit.ly/tahkYW, http://bit.ly/vtubLa, http://bit.ly/PdAEW
  5. 5. Image attribution: http://bit.ly/uyHb02
  6. 6. Keep a “story file” and beready to share.
  7. 7. Write acolumnin yourPTA newsletter.
  8. 8. Hold a library open house_______ night.
  9. 9. Create amissionstatementfor your library.
  10. 10. Do more than just attendmeetings.
  11. 11. Provethat youknow aboutmore than books.
  12. 12. Collect and share dataabout your work.
  13. 13. Image attribution: http://bit.ly/sbFyl5
  14. 14. Invite schoolboard members,local politicians,reporters,community leaders, etcto visit your library.
  15. 15. Speak at local events: Ed sororities, PTA Councils,Chambers of Commerce,clubs and organizations.
  16. 16. Offer towrite articlesfor districtwide publications:PR, PD, Finance, HR.
  17. 17. Submit articles to your local newspaper BEFORE thereis a crisis looming.
  18. 18. Addyourevents tolocal communitycalendars/bulletins.
  19. 19. Be a business card bomber:Pass your cardsout Ninja style.
  20. 20. Elevatethosewhosupport youand your students.
  21. 21. Harness the power ofSocial Media.
  22. 22. Step outside the echochamber.
  23. 23. Joinand helpgrow yourprofessionalorganization(s).
  24. 24. Get your students involved innational contests.
  25. 25. Getoff yourduff andrespond torequests to advocate.
  26. 26. Help cultivate moreRock Stars!
  27. 27. Kids First.Everything Else Second.
  28. 28. Share.
  29. 29. You’re nottooting your own horn.
  30. 30. It’s not braggingif it’s true.
  31. 31. Don’t advocate forlibrarians or libraries. Advocate for kids.
  32. 32. “Be not afraid ofgoing slowly. Fearonly standing still.” - Chinese Proverb
  33. 33. Image attribution: http://bit.ly/vHaRRE
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