For one Indianapolis library, Banned Books Week (Sept. 21 to 27, 2014) promises to be the best week of the year.
At one university, maintaining a digital gallery space has come with growing pains.
Small-town library director Colleen Leddy never thought her Muslim Journeys program would cause a stir. She was in for an awakening.
The exhibition — which observes the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death — will bring the 1623 original edition of the playwright’s first published collection to 53 U.S. sites.
ALA 2014 is just weeks away. Here are our top picks for sessions on programming, community engagement and more.
Each night kids around the world listen to bedtime stories. Bedtime fractions? Not so much. The Bedtime Math Foundation is out to change that with a new program geared toward libraries.
In their professor-led book club series, Sacramento Public Library is giving patrons the chance to "read the classics the way you've always wanted. No papers. No tests. No tuition.”
In "Rural Roots," a blog about rural librarianship and its challenges, Larry Grieco shares more about how a couple carpet-covered walls brought new energy to Gilpin County Public Library.
With some time and creativity, librarians in Spokane, Wash., grew a Great Depression exhibit into a suite of programs, including a "museum" and a DIY class series to show how people in the 1930s made do on a shoestring.
Inspired by Neil Armstrong’s famous words upon stepping onto the moon’s surface, we embark on a blog series intended to help library patrons – even the small ones – take giant leaps in discovering our universe.