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The ALA Public Programs Office announces three grant offerings coming in summer and fall 2020.
A Tennessee public library launched a pen pal campaign to connect quarantined teens and senior citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The deadline for ALA's 2020 Sara Jaffarian School Library Program Award has been extended to July 15.
To combat the digital divide, libraries and humanities councils are turning to the old-fashioned phone.
Liberty Lake Library gives patrons everything they need to get crafty at home during the COVID-19 pandemic
Virginia's Arlington Public Library created an online zine to capture the pandemic as a moment in history.
Donna Mignardi and Jennifer Sturge share what they've learned about school library programming in a pandemic.
A Wisconsin public library created “I Spy” windows to keep their small community interacting with the physical library as they social distanced.
With most libraries closed and patrons stuck at home, it may take new strategies to reach your patrons.
How can we utilize the online tools we might already know how to use for programming during the COVID-19 pandemic?