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Life Size Oregon Trail. Compete as a team to make it West on the most grueling wagon train in history
Life Size Oregon Trail. Compete as a team to make it West on the most grueling wagon train in history
in Program Models

Inspired by the original video game, this program simulates a full run of the historical trail. 

Photograph of a finished fascinator with purple loofah and tulle
Photograph of a finished fascinator with purple loofah and tulle
in Program Models

Get fancy and make a fun fascinator using simple supplies.

in News

ALA invites grant applications for a brand-new Great Stories Club series featuring YA sci-fi titles.

Photos from the Mario Day event. Text reads: Mario Day Party
Photos from the Mario Day event. Text reads: Mario Day Party
in Program Models

Mario Day celebrates the beloved Nintendo character with games and activities at the library.

Photograph of two people in a library. The person on the left is wearing a virtual reality headset, the person to their right does not have a headset on and is reading out loud from a book to guide the other person.
Photograph of two people in a library. The person on the left is wearing a virtual reality headset, the person to their right does not have a headset on and is reading out loud from a book to guide the other person.
in Program Models

This program series engages college communities regarding social issues through a VR experience, film screening and discussion.

Collaged letters read: ZINE Workshop.
Collaged letters read: ZINE Workshop.
in Program Models

Dive into the history of zine-making and how to use digital collections to make your own.

Photograph of an open scrapbook (Men’s League for Woman Suffrage, Miller Scrapbook, Library of Congress.) Collage and scrapbook material surround the book.
Photograph of an open scrapbook (Men’s League for Woman Suffrage, Miller Scrapbook, Library of Congress.) Collage and scrapbook material surround the book.
in Program Models

Use current magazines, newspapers, flyers and personal effects to create a DIY personal history that might become a future primary source.

Image shows five Votes for Women Buttons.
Image shows five Votes for Women Buttons.
in Program Models

This program uses primary sources to create buttons exploring the ephemera of the women’s suffrage movement.