Haven't heard of the craze for painting and hiding rocks? You might be living under, well … a boulder.
D.C. Public brought people together to transcribe Library of Congress archival materials, and so can you.
Deepfakes add a layer to our media literacy landscape. How can we help kids decipher fact from fiction?
Books & Bites starts with a book or TV show and looks at the history that surrounds it — with food.
More than half of new Americans use a public library more than once a week. How can we help them thrive?
From the old faithfuls to the less obvious, here's a list of spots to hit up when you need program ideas.
Move a little, learn a little. Libraries are embracing programs that combine biking and local history.
Griswold Public Library — a small library — wanted a makerspace. They ended up making two.
Read the NILPPA white paper and share your feedback online.
Are you an introvert? You can still command an audience — even when you'd rather avoid all human contact.
Librarians shared their favorite programs at a fast-paced event at the ALA Annual Conference.