Thinking outside the box: coasters!

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Do you also love learning about innovative ways to advocate for our libraries? Sometimes such ideas are right in front of us. Here’s how the New York Library Association advocated the importance of libraries through getting their message out to legislators on coasters:

“Coasters Speak Louder Than Words” by Meredith Schwartz*

Tell us about your advocacy gems to share with the New Mexico library community on the Hitchhiker!


*Schwartz, Meredith (2014). Coasters speak louder than words. Library Journal, 139(8), 23.


About Aubrey Iglesias

Aubrey is a cataloger at NMSL & the Conference Site Committee Chair at NMLA. She is currently reading: The Librarian's Introduction to Programming Languages, edited by Beth Thomsett-Scott; and: The Little Book of Hygge, Danish Secrets to Happy Living, by Meik Wiking. Her LibGuide Transforming Ourselves through Professional Development is now available on the NMSL website at

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