ALA's Public Programs Office is hosting a free webinar, “The R.O.A.D. I Travel: A Program Model for School Libraries," on Oct. 8.
ALA is offering free materials to help libraries "turn outward" and improve their community engagement and facilitation techniques.
Since 2006, the award has recognized K-8 schools libraries that help their students understand the world and their place in it.
In honor of Banned Books Week (Sept. 21 to 27), we explore ways to engage young adults around a favorite — and historically controversial — genre.
How can libraries leverage technology to make our communities smarter and stronger? Submit your project ideas by Sept. 30.
From Sept. 14 to 20, libraries will band together to show people how much they have changed.
The 34-minute film discusses the 2012 shooting in a Wisconsin Sikh temple, as well as the community's recovery.
Public libraries can apply to host the human evolution exhibition, which is based on a popular Smithsonian project.
A variety of subjects are explored in free lesson plans from the organization.
A Colorado library describes its experience with a new kids' program (ages 6 - 9) all about Legos.