The "Read Today for a Brighter Tomorrow" reading program provides creative writing journal activities for grades three through five.
A rural Colorado librarian shares how his library, with the help of its Friends group, created a film series that has lasted more than a decade.
Learn how libraries can get funding for unemployment skills training and job search assistance through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014.
A Vermont librarian used an ALA programming grant about the works of Louisa May Alcott to start a reading and writing group for incarcerated women.
Is your community butting heads over a problem? A series of webinars will help you overcome deadlock and lead change in your community.
Check out this collection of stand-out videos and articles from this week's Banned Books Week celebrations.
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.
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