Advocacy Task Force

Appointed by Jill Strand, SLA President 2015

Charge: The first priority of the task force is to develop a series of real life adaptable and appealing case studies/articles aimed at helping members demonstrate their contribution to the success of their employers. Collectively they could form a toolkit, but each piece should be able to stand alone. The task force will solicit examples from members in various roles and industries to develop into articles/case studies. The articles will be comparatively short (no more than 2 pages) to make them accessible and provide practical examples with appropriate graphics and illustrations of the concepts within the article.

The Task Force will work with HQ staff and other relevant committees or councils on appropriate mediums and communications to pitch the articles appropriately and provide a platform for discussion. The aim should be to complete first group of articles by the end of 2015 Depending on feedback from members, the task force’s charge could be extended another year to develop suggestions for how it might be possible to build on this platform; webinars, conference sessions, chapter/divisional events etc.

SLA Advocacy Toolkit

Chris Vestal, Chair
Toby Pearlstein
Stephen Phillips
Lois Ireland
Raymond Maxwell
Carolyn Sosnowski
Karen Reczek
Jill Strand, Board Liaison
Doug Newcomb, Staff Contact

  • RT @HarvardBiz: How to Get the Most Out of a Day Off https://t.co/1Qfem95KF0
  • Researchers say their tool can often spot when Wikipedia discussions will degenerate into personal attacks by watch… https://t.co/M0saX10roI
  • How did #MemorialDay come about? An interesting blog post from the @USNatArchives History Office. https://t.co/0hpEewnKDN
  • "#1Lib1Ref – one librarian, one reference – is the Wikimedia Foundation’s initiative to engage the collective knowl… https://t.co/Sju6Y2no16
  • Chapter and Division gatherings and other special events are a big part of the #SLA2018 experience. Be sure to RSVP… https://t.co/IeMjjfTfjU
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