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Even without a dedicated makerspace, you can still incorporate maker elements into your day.
ALA is seeking contributing authors for a book on personal finance and financial literacy in libraries.
Don't let your young patrons be sitting ducks for misinformation.
Teen librarian Colleen Whittall takes her teens to the skate park — with nary a book in sight.
Send a note of encouragement to the author of a banned book through ALA's Dear Banned Author campaign.
Through community collaborations, McCracken County Public Library taught students of all ages how to code.
Mingling different age groups enables kids to learn from one another in new ways.
Partnering with your local Extension can bring endless programming possibilities to your library.