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In this small Arizona town with no coffee shops or shopping centers, the library is the place for Wi-Fi.
Two libraries discuss initiatives taken during the pandemic to reconnect with immigrants and New Americans.
Lee-Whedon Memorial Library shares the importance internet in their rural community.
A Texas community came together to learn about space, play STEAM games and eat a delicious meal.
The Peggy Barber Tribute Grant supports meaningful programs in libraries with limited programming budgets.
UCSB's library created student-led book clubs to satisfy the need for in-depth book-centered discussions.
Want to build your community’s confidence in the COVID-19 vaccine? Apply for Round 2 of Communities for Immunity.
Join ALA's Public Programs Office for a look at five successful virtual programs offered during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now is a great time to take a close look at your library programming team and assess your strengths and weaknesses.
Communities for Immunity will provide funding to libraries to enhance vaccine confidence where it matters most: at the local level.