By Donna DiMichele | August 17, 2012
Last spring I listened to a presentation about ways to provide opportunities for citizens to come together for meaningful civil discourse. The speaker believes that libraries provide the ideal setting for such opportunities. I agree!
If you would like to learn more about how you can host opportunities for civil discourse and citizen engagement in your library, tune into this one hour webinar:
Engaging Your Whole Community: Principles and Practice to Influence Policy
A webinar with AmericaSpeaks, a leading US nonprofit which uses broad-based outreach strategies to build community engagement.
AmericaSpeaks is a U.S. nonprofit that wants to increase citizen engagement and participation in government decision-making by bringing together diverse participant groups to represent broader community interests. Learn how to create community engagement around library-led initiatives such as digital inclusion and gain facilitation skills to help build healthy, prosperous and cohesive communities. The presentation will provide examples of effective tactics for reaching even those who often do not participate because of limited access to and familiarity with new technologies.
Presented by: Steve Brigham, President, and David Stern, Director of Online Engagement, AmericaSpeaks
September 6, 2012
Start time: 2:00 Eastern / 11:00 Pacific
REGISTER TO ATTEND
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