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The ALA Center for Civic Life and the David Mathews Center for Civic Life host a free webinar series to help librarians lead their communities in...

Learn how Perry Meridian Middle School in Indianapolis partnered with other organizations to create an award-winning genealogy unit.

A six-part online course designed to help libraries strengthen their role as core community leaders and effect positive change.

A six-part online course designed to help libraries strengthen their role as core community leaders and effect positive change.

A six-part online course designed to help libraries strengthen their role as core community leaders and effect positive change.

Learn about resources to bring your community together to talk in productive, civil and interesting ways.

Best practices for preparing for and responding to intellectual freedom challenges, and implementing Muslim Journeys programs.

Tools and training for how libraries and librarians can lead community conversations for change 

Learn about the Engage! programming resource for teen audiences, which uses the arts to inspire civic engagement. 

The University of North Texas Wills Library offers a snapshot of their "Edible Books" events from years past.

Learn about the Engage! programming resource for teen audiences, which uses the arts to inspire civic engagement. 

Learn about the Engage! programming resource for teen audiences, which uses the arts to inspire civic engagement. 

The 2012 Sara Jaffarian Award winner, Francis Feeley, presents his award winning, replicable school library programming. 

Organize and implement successful author programs in libraries of all types, sizes and budgets. 

Learn how staff with the Pioneer Library System implemented "Getting to Know Your eReader" classes for their patrons. 

Public deliberation is a process used to engage contentious, difficult issues from diverse perspectives. Learn more in this four-part series.