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SEFLIN Virtual Conference 2015: Advocacy Bibliography

Outreach, Marketing, & Advocacy @ your library

Advocacy Bibliography

Comito, L. (2012). Grassroots library advocacy: A special report. Chicago, IL: American Library Association.

Ewbank, A. D., & Kwon, J. Y., PhD. (2012). School library advocacy literature in the united states: A content analysis. International Association of School Librarianship. Selected Papers from the ...Annual Conference, 1-12.

Gruenthal, H. (2012). A school library advocacy alphabet. Young Adult Library Services, 11(1), 13.

Hoover, C. (2012). Library advocacy – an annotated bibliography. Idaho Librarian (Online), 62(1).

Lamb, A. (n.d.).

Levitov, D. (2012)Activism and the school librarian: Tools for advocacy and survival. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.

McLane, M. (2011). Library advocacy and the college librarian. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 18(1), 128-131. doi:10.1080/10691316.2011.550542

Moreillon, J., & Hall, R. N. (2014). Digital advocacy stories: A pedagogical tool for communicating and strengthening library values. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 55(2), 100.

Nemec-Loise, J. (2014). The gift of advocacy. Children & Libraries, 12(4), 33-34.

Plunkett, K. (2010). Library advocacy. Community & Junior College Libraries, 16(4), 235-240. doi:10.1080/02763915.2010.523323

Scardilli, B. (2014). Library advocacy at the polls. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc.

Todd, R. J. (2015). Evidence-based practice and school libraries: Interconnections of evidence, advocacy, & actions. Knowledge Quest, 43(3), 8-15. 

Valenza, J. (2015). Free school library advocacy packs from Bound to Stay Bound. School Library Journal. Retrieved from

Welburn, W. (2010)Advocacy, outreach, and the nation's academic libraries: A call for action. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

*Items in Bold = authored by a presenter