No plan? No problem! There's still time to reach out to writers and get your library ready for November.
For one night only, libraries are invited to hold a staged reading of this important work, royalty-free.
Based on the "Rad Women" books, Oakland Public Library thought up ways to celebrate women of all types.
Need a break? Here are some simple stretches you can do at your workstation or the circulation desk.
Finding quality (and free!) photos for programs and marketing materials has become much easier.
Or, how University of Dayton Libraries used new trends and pop culture to welcome first-year students.
Princeton Public Library hosted a summertime series to highlight foods from the local farmers' market.
Trello is helping the William H. Hannon Library organize library programming and outreach workflows.
Are you ready for Harry Potter's 20th anniversary in 2017? Here are some big ideas to get you thinking.
Planning ahead for Women's History Month? Check out this quote display from Sacramento Public Library.
A British Columbia library used Pokémon Go to revamp a historic walking tour and reach new audiences.
Therapy dogs lightened the mood for a discussion about decision-making at a juvenile detention center.