Community Conversations and Telling Your Story: Content from WebJunction! | Compendium

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Forums Facilitate Important Community Conversations: Learn how the Sno-Isle Libraries (WA) planned and hosted a series of community forums on the topic of teen suicide as part of their “Issues That Matter” programming series. The series has been a regular part of the programming in the library district since 2010, and its purpose is to facilitate important community conversations on high-profile, current event topics.

What’s Your Story? You need to tell your story. Whether you call it story-telling, marketing, advocacy, promotion or community outreach, you need to make your library’s story heard in your community. To tell your story effectively, you must understand your own story—what you’re about, how you’re central, what you offer and what you should offer. What’s your story?