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A year into the pandemic, ALA's Financial Literacy Interest Group shares last-minute ideas for another virtual Money Smart Week.
The Seed Library at Cleveland Public Library allows patrons to check out a packet of heirloom seeds.
Janie Hermann offers tips on how to collect program data and feedback in a virtual environment.
Virtual Money Smart Week 2021 begins on April 10, 2021, with a full lineup of online events free and open to the public. Register now!
Hubbard Public Library has toys and backpacks of activities for check-out to educate and entertain kids.
How does program success in a virtual world differ from in-person programs and events? In this webinar, we explore how to collect compelling program data and feedback in a virtual environment.
Engage your older adult patrons at home with these programs.
New and free online games teach children basic financial skills related to earning, saving and spending money.
Combating fake news is becoming increasingly difficult. Libraries are in prime positions to assist patrons with disputing misinformation.
The Skills for 21st Century Librarians Task Force explores the creation of a programming curriculum.