Online Advocacy Training: Advocating for Information Policy Change on Capitol Hill
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 (11am - 11:30am US/Central)
Members of Congress are currently debating key information policy issues that could change how law libraries access, use, and preserve government and legal information. Issues include how the Government Publishing Office provides permanent public access to tangible and electronic information; how the Federal Depository Library Program should function in the digital age; and whether government data and government-funded research should be more open to the public. Join AALL’s online advocacy training to learn how you can influence your members of Congress to modernize current laws to benefit law libraries and their users. The training will prepare you to take action during AALL's Virtual Lobby Day on April 12, 2018.
ATTENDEES WILL LEARN
• AALL’s policy priorities and opportunities for action
• How to deliver an effective advocacy message to your members of Congress
• How to use AALL’s Legislative Action Center and social media to influence your members of Congress during AALL’s Virtual Lobby Day
Emily Feltren, Director of Government Relations
REGISTRATION FEES AND POLICIES
The training is open to AALL members only. There is no fee to attend.
These fees are available through 04/09/2018
Cancellation and Other Policies:
Cancellations may be made at any time by the registration deadline. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.