Nap tent, anyone? Many colleges today have campus wellness offices, and they're an ideal program partner.
Program marketing is all about getting the right message to the right person at the right time.
These resources will help everyone — from elementary students to library staff — spot deepfakes.
A small library runs a volunteer operation in which residents make sleeping mats for the homeless.
Looking for an easy fall craft that is fun for all ages and reuses old materials?
A popular program introduces patrons to local artifacts — no display cases involved.
D.C. Public brought people together to transcribe Library of Congress archival materials, and so can you.
Is your library circulating sports equipment? Don't just loan out the stuff — show people how to use it.
If you haven't made friends yet with your local school district, now is your time to shine.
From the old faithfuls to the less obvious, here's a list of spots to hit up when you need program ideas.
Griswold Public Library — a small library — wanted a makerspace. They ended up making two.