George W Morse
library, public value, community benefit, storytelling, community development, advocacy
Communication | Leadership Studies | Organizational Communication | Organization Development | Other Education
Reporting Library Advocacy Stories to Increase Funding: Guidebook for Story Reporters, Paper 2 describes how a public library can report advocacy stories effectively in the 21st century. Section 1 covers the basics of library advocacy stories. Section 2 describes the story plot in detail, with examples, and integrates numerous references. The Appendices and a Glossary provide a number of tools useful to Story Reporters and other key players in the library’s story telling team. Companion paper to Library Storytelling Team Guidebook, Paper 1
Business & Community
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Morse, George W. and Haskell, Jane E., "Reporting Library Advocacy Stories to Increase Funding: Guidebook for Story Reporters" (2021). Business & Community. 3.