Key Message Print Public Service Ads

 

... In both English and Spanish on budget cuts in libraries, the role of librarians in the Information Age, recruitment and pay equity

Download these PSAs to send to your local newspaper or other publications.  Use them in your internal publications as well.  

PSAs for school libraries

About the PSAs


the future is @ your library psa

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el futuro está en tu biblioteca - psa
Spanish 
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The future is @ your library®…So make sure
your library has a future.

Libraries can’t help our children if they are closed.    
Help keep your library’s doors open.

To find out how to support library funding efforts and how
you can make a difference by becoming a library advocate
or Friend, contact your library.

A message from The Campaign for America’s Libraries.

something for everyone @ your library psa
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algo para cada uno en tu biblioteca - psa
Spanish
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Something for everyone @ your library®

Books. Magazines. CDs. Videos. Databases.
Special collections. Reference services.

You name it.

Libraries provide access to all people – no matter their age,
ethnicity, physical ability, income, language, geographic
location or type of library.

A message from The Campaign for America’s Libraries.

the ultimate search engine is @ your library psa
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el mejor motor de búsqueda está en tu biblioteca - psa
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The ultimate search engine is @ your library®…
it’s your librarian.

Librarians are expertly trained information experts
who can put the world at your fingertips.     

In a world that is information rich, librarians are information smart and can help you find what you’re looking for – in print and online.

A message from The Campaign for America’s Libraries.

find yourself @ your library psa
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encuéntrate a tí mismo en tu biblioteca - psa
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Find yourself @ your library®

Librarians are trained experts, helping people find the information
they're looking for, whether it's in print or online.

How do you get on the path to the profession that's at the heart of
today's information age?

With a master's degree in Library and Information Science from a
program recognized by the American Library Association.

For more information about careers in librarianship, visit the American
Library Association's Office for Human Resource Development &
Recruitment at www.ala.org/hrdr

A message from The Campaign for America’s Libraries.

librarians cannot live on love alone - psa
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los bibliotecarios no pueden vivir sólo de amor - psa
 Spanish
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Librarians cannot live on love alone

Support higher salaries and pay equity for our nation’s 140,000 librarians and library workers.

For more information on how you can support your librarians
and library workers, see www.ala-apa.org.

A message from The Campaign for America’s Libraries.

imagine if you went to your library and there was no one there to help - psa
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imagínate ir a tu biblioteca y que no hubiera nadie para ayudarte - psa
Spanish
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Imagine if you went to the library and there was no one there to help

Support higher salaries and pay equity for our nation's
librarians and library workers.

For more information on how you can support your librarians and library workers, see www.ala-apa.org.

’s Libraries.

     

About the PSAs

The PSAs are 8x10.5", except for "Imagine...",  "Librarians cannot love on love alone," and "Student Achievement..." which are 5 x 5.25". All ads are PDF files and available in both color and black and white.  Alternate file types and a limited variety of other sizes available upon request.  Please send inquiries to atyourlibrary@ala.org.

The PDF files are printer-ready. Magazines and newspapers can print the files as is. Files may not look sharp when viewing onscreen, but they will print high-resolution.

To download: right click (Windows) or option-click (MAC) on the links below and choose "Save Target As" to save it to your hard drive.  Note the location of the file.

The Public Information Office would appreciate a follow-up note from any library that uses the ad, including the name of the publication and the date.  We would also welcome any clips.  They can be sent electronically to atyourlibrary@ala.org or by mail to:

The Campaign for America's Libraries
ALA PIO
50 E. Huron St.
Chicago, IL 60611