Starting July 7, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is offering libraries a free digital poster exhibition.
“It was the scariest thing I’ve ever done at my library," says library director Julie Perrin.
Round 3 of LTC: Focus on Small and Rural Libraries is now open!
Crafty patrons contributed fabric squares to create four quilts on display at the Nevins Library.
Sixty public and tribal libraries in the U.S. will be selected to become NASA@ My Library Partners.
Event-planning skills are part of library work, but they are rarely taught in library schools.
A small library in Texas emerged as an unexpected leader after a catastrophic winter storm hit in 2021.
An ALA task force looked at several courses to see how they teach marketing skills and what we can learn.
It's like a makeup tutorial and book podcast in one!
Financial literacy will never be simple. Focus your fin lit programming on topics that relate to your patrons...
Are you making any mistakes in forging new partnerships?
Learn how this little Kentucky library became host to an extraordinary K-Pop fan meet.
For most of us, our 2021 programming is going to look a whole lot different, and that’s OK.
Older Americans face unique challenges in managing their money. Are you prepared to help them?
Has editing your story time videos become a monumental task? These free video-editing apps are easy!
Creating media content is easier than ever. Here are some ways to incorporate it into your programming.
The Seed Library at Cleveland Public Library allows patrons to check out a packet of heirloom seeds.
Programming librarians have a wide set of skills including some that are not often taught.
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.
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.