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School children and an adult sitting around a table
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The deadline for ALA's 2020 Sara Jaffarian School Library Program Award has been extended to July 15.

A photo of a child drawing a picture titled "Stay home"
A photo of a child drawing a picture titled "Stay home"

Donna Mignardi and Jennifer Sturge share what they've learned about school library programming in a pandemic.

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Picture of girl doing schoolwork on a computer.

How can we utilize the online tools we might already know how to use for programming during the COVID-19 pandemic?

A shadowy photo of a young girl looking out a window at some trees
A shadowy photo of a young girl looking out a window at some trees
in News

COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into springtime plans, but you can still help your patrons commemorate Earth Day safely.

National Library Week graphic: Find the library at your place
National Library Week graphic: Find the library at your place
in News

It's still on -- and it's happening now. Grab some graphics and let's celebrate the great work you do.

A screenshot from a recorded story time of "A Stone Sat Still"
A screenshot from a recorded story time of "A Stone Sat Still"
in News

It's not too late to celebrate Earth Day. All you need are these videos and a YouTube or Facebook page.

A carrot-shaped cutout against a background with the words "Carrot's in a Pickle"
A carrot-shaped cutout against a background with the words "Carrot's in a Pickle"
Blog by Jenn Carson

Follow these steps to create original digital stories to share online or as a fun workshop for families.

A human figure made out of popsicle sticks with clay and a balloon
A human figure made out of popsicle sticks with clay and a balloon

School librarians Donna Mignardi and Jennifer Sturge used makerspace concepts to explore classics like "Lord of the Flies."