ADVOCACY CLEARINGHOUSE

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KLA is seeking your best examples of advocacy materials to share with other libraries throughout the state of Kentucky.

Examples of materials we seek include:

  • Reports
  • Posters
  • Newsletters
  • Postcards
  • Bookmarks
  • And other items used for publicity and advocacy!

To submit materials to the clearinghouse:

A. Electronic copies of materials - email the file to klaadvocacy@gmail.com. Please include a description of the document (when it was created/used and for what purpose, etc.).

B. Three-dimensional objects or materials for which no electronic version exists- Please email a description and photo (if available) to klaadvocacy@gmail.com.

Submission Guidelines

Submissions should be in one of the following formats, if possible:

Pictures - .jpg, .gif
Documents - .doc, .rtf, .pub, .pdf
Presentations - .ppt

If your submission does not fall into these categories, please contact Abby Thorne at klaadvocacy@gmail.com for information about other acceptable formats.

 
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Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Grant County Public Libraries collaborate with local businesses to bring their patrons "Discounts with a Library Card" during the month of September. All libraries and businesses display posters and make brochures available to customers/patrons each September. There is no charge for businesses to participate. The libraries share the cost of the brochures and posters and do all the legwork. The program is advertised via a local radio station and local television stations. In five years, this program has grown from one library system with 11 participating businesses to four library systems and 102 participating businesses. The program has increased new card sign-ups, brings new customers into the businesses, and promotes goodwill within the communities through library patrons and local businesses.
Becky Kempf, Boone County Public Library
This unique four-fold brochure promotes the The Northern Kentucky, One Book, One Community program, which is in its second year. Boone, Campbell, Grant, and Kenton County Libraries collaborate with Barnes & Noble and three local schools. NOTE: A picture of the folded brochure is available here.
Becky Kempf, Boone County Public Library
This brochure highlights the Kentucky History and Genealogy Collection at Kenton County Public Library's Mary Ann Mongan Library.
Robin Klaene, Kenton County Public Library
This brochure was developed for the Learning Resource Center at Morehead State University's Camden-Carroll Library.
Jennifer Little, Morehead State University
This flyer advertises Kenton County Public Library's Children's Summer Reading Club.
Robin Klaene, Kenton County Public Library
This book log was used in Kenton County Public Library's Children's Summer Reading Club.
Robin Klaene, Kenton County Public Library
This program was created for an author visit featuring Ruth White, a young adult author who won a Newberry Honor for Belle Prater's Boy.
Jennifer Little, Morehead State University
This bookmark was created for an author visit featuring Ruth White, a young adult author who won a Newberry Honor for Belle Prater's Boy.
Jennifer Little, Morehead State University
This insert appeared in the What's Happening Boone County magazine. The magazine was mailed to more than 43,000 households in Boone County.
Becky Kempf, Boone County Public Library
This document is used to promote the community impact of Kenton County Public Library in speaking engagements and development efforts.
Robin Klaene, Kenton County Public Library
Kenton County Public Library's October 2008 Calendar of Events
Robin Klaene, Kenton County Public Library