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To quote Bob Dylan, "the times, they are a changin'" — and information literacy in schools is more important than ever.
As school library practices shift, school librarians need to engage educators on the benefits of strong information literacy programming.
Apply by July 15 to be part of the Great Stories Club's uncoming theme, "Growing Up Brave on the Margins."
It’s not easy to keep library programming fresh, but these tips can help you find inspiration.
The ALA Public Programs Office is seeking contributing authors for a book about community engagement in libraries.
August 2020 marks the 100-year anniversary of the woman’s suffrage movement. Is your library celebrating?
Inspired by the Read Woke movement, Calvert County Public Schools started a diverse books challenge.
Is your book club feeling stale or uninspired? What you need is a reboot: “Book Club Reboot: 71 Creative Twists,” published by ALA Editions.