In their professor-led book club series, Sacramento Public Library is giving patrons the chance to "read the classics the way you've always wanted. No papers. No tests. No tuition.”
In "Rural Roots," a blog about rural librarianship and its challenges, Larry Grieco shares more about how a couple carpet-covered walls brought new energy to Gilpin County Public Library.
With some time and creativity, librarians in Spokane, Wash., grew a Great Depression exhibit into a suite of programs, including a "museum" and a DIY class series to show how people in the 1930s made do on a shoestring.
Inspired by Neil Armstrong’s famous words upon stepping onto the moon’s surface, we embark on a blog series intended to help library patrons – even the small ones – take giant leaps in discovering our universe.
The American Library Association’s Washington Office has launched “Libraries Matter,” a series of videos illustrating how libraries use federal funds to support their communities.