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Hannah Schmidl reflects on her experience of quickly pivoting from in-person to virtual programming and how this new skillset will stick around.
Two Pennsylvania libraries paired up to offer a unique, all-virtual series of comic-inspired talks and activities.
ALA and Capital One invite rural libraries to apply for Community Connect: Digital Access at Home grants.
Grand Forks Public Library is putting a spin on NASA ASTRO CAMP® by making it entirely virtual.
Participatory design can be a powerful way to center youth voices as our society confronts major changes.
Indianapolis Public Library's walk-and-talk book club was canceled due to COVID, so they pivoted with help from the local health department.
ALA’s Public Programs Office is looking for unique virtual programs for an upcoming book.
We compiled a list of some of the best (free) virtual programming resources from across the library field.
Check out our don't-miss sessions for programming librarians at ALA Virtual.
How can we take care of ourselves and others during this stressful time?