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How can you tell what is trustworthy and not on the internet? In this webinar, Michael Spikes of Northwestern University School of Education and...

What is civic information and what role does the library play in providing access to it? Join us for a free webinar on the important role...

How does program success in a virtual world differ from in-person programs and events? In this webinar, we explore how to collect compelling...

How can we talk about complicated internet algorithms with library patrons?

Fake news can be difficult to combat because of how quickly it spreads. How can library workers help patrons decipher between what is real and...

Tiny program budget? No problem! Learn how you can offer programming that engages people of all ages and backgrounds, no matter your budget size...

How can you meet the needs of adult patrons and incorporate media literacy practices in existing programs and at the reference desk?

How can we successfully offer virtual financial literacy programming to our patrons when we can't meet in person?

How can you offer humanities programs to young adults in a virtual setting?

Learn how the library works as a media creator and how library workers can discover their voice through media creation.

Learn about the Batesville Intermediate School's Junior Ambassadors program, which used the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG...

Join us for a live conversation about the importance and exciting possibilities of humanities programming.

Learn how your public library can receive $5,000 to support services for adult English language learners or adults in need of basic workforce...

An Outrage

The nationwide uprising for racial justice could spur fundamental shifts in how Americans remember and reckon with the past. Join us to learn how...