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A simple question can be a passive program and community engagement all at once. So what should we ask?
Inspired by a school gym class, this life-size version of the classic tabletop game is fun for all ages.
Help young people distinguish fact from fiction with these information literacy resources.
Bullet journaling may not be for everyone, but we can all learn from some of its basic methods.
A bookmark design contest highlights students' artistic talents — and provides a nice creation to give away in the library.
Students are busy. Here are some tips for getting the most over-extended kids into the library (or bringing the library to them).
Are your students hungry for good books? This low-budget activity gives kids a chance to sample new titles.
Help teens and young adults manage their digital footprints with these tips and lesson plans.