Erie County Public Library invited authors to share their love for libraries through letters.
Janie Hermann offers tips on how to collect program data and feedback in a virtual environment.
As Tax Day looms, librarians see more tax and financial questions coming our way.
This year's National Library Week theme promotes the idea that libraries extend far beyond four walls.
Hubbard Public Library has toys and backpacks of activities for check-out to educate and entertain kids.
Engage your older adult patrons at home with these programs.
Use the power of social media to help spread library love during National Library Week.
The Rural Libraries and Social Wellbeing project explores how rural libraries impact their communities.
Running programs, you’re bound to run into difficult behaviors. Here are some ways to address them.
How are you celebrating Earth Day? Take some inspiration from these virtual programs.
How can you teach library patrons about how the internet personalizes online content?
Topics like current events, politics and social media can provide teaching moments.
School librarians are invited to apply for a $5,000 award recognizing outstanding humanities programming.
Multicultural children’s literature can provide the positive representation a child is looking for.
Do you feel guilty or have a case of the "shoulds"? Here are a few things you might need to hear right now.
How accessible are your virtual programs? You may inadvertently be leaving some people out.
These five films will help you engage patrons in conversations about climate change and resilience.
The Tiny Library is a passive program, display, virtual readers advisory, and craft all mixed together.
ALA has released a free digital guide and webinar series to help libraries with media literacy training.