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PJ Library Helps Parents Talk about Anti-Semitism

Smithsonian Libraries Launches Museum in a Box Project | INFOdocket


Changing Tracks | Careers

2018 Gale/LJ Library of the Year: San Francisco Public Library

Good Bones | Library Design

Tom Bober | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Innovators

Amy Mikel | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Innovators

Tracey Wong | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Educators

Liesl Toates | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Educators

Jenny Ryan | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Educators

Kristina A. Holzweiss | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Educators

Fran Glick | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Educators

Angel Jewel Tucker | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Community Builders

Erin Hoopes | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Community Builders

Kristin Treviño | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Community Builders

Allie Stevens | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Community Builders

Dayna Hart | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Change Agents

Heather Acerro | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Change Agents

Elizabeth Negrete Gaylor | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Change Agents

Kristen Simensen | Movers & Shakers 2018 – Change Agents

Paralibrarian of the Year 2018: Orquidea Olvera

Aspen Institute Releases Model State-Level Dialogue Report for Colorado

Middle Schoolers Help Transcribe, Digitize Rare Historical Newspapers

Libraries Take Key Roles in IMLS Community Catalyst Grant Projects

Getting STEM to Take Root: Vince Bertram Leads the Way

The Power of Nonneutral Librarianship | ALA Annual 2017

Taking a Stand Against Islamophobia | ALA Annual 2017

Librarians in Training: A Smart MLS Program for Kids

2017 Gale/LJ Library of the Year: Nashville Public Library, TN

The Life & Legacy of Dwayne McDuffie, Diversity in Comics Pioneer

Streaming Story Times | Field Reports

Paralibrarian of the Year 2017: Patricia Pacheco

Libraries Join National Initiative To Transform Public Housing into Book-Rich Environments

A New Library Card for Rep. John Lewis | Picture of the Week

Coming Together Around a Divided Past | Diversity 2016

Year in Architecture 2016: Oh, To Be a Child Again

Hayden, Marx in Conversation at NYPL

User-Designed Libraries | Design4Impact

Libraries Bring Access to AIDS-Affected Uganda Communities

The Library Is In

Niles PL Invites Kids to Be Library President for a Day

Iowa City PL Institutes Autism Accessible Browsing Hour

 A NC Library Brings Wi-Fi Hotspots to Students in Need

The Future of Learning | Designing the Future

The Future of Play | Designing the Future

The Future of Futures | Designing the Future

What’s After Pokémon Go? Explore Augmented Reality Sept 13 | SLJ ISTE Webcast Series

Birmingham Public Library Board Funds Innovative Cool Awards

Pokémon GO: What Do Librarians Need To Know?

Queens Library Steps Forward with Google ‘Computer Science First’ Kid Club

Preschool STEM Lab | Field Reports

Word of Mouth | Language Learning

ALA, Google Launch “Libraries Ready to Code”

Roger Rosen Appointed Senior Advisor for National Policy Advocacy

Ideas from the Labs at DC Public Library

San Diego PL Raises Sex Trafficking Awareness

Public, School Libraries Crucial to Flint’s Recovery

Harlem Advocacy Group Demands School Librarians

BPL’s BKLYN Incubator Project to Fund Innovative Programming

Flatiron Press Goes YA; “Reproductive Rights” Giveaway; a New Harry Potter Book | SLJTeen News

A Win for All: With ESSA, Libraries Make Solid Gains | Editorial

Pictures of the Week: 3M’s Post-It ‘Partner for Pride’ Wall

We Need Diverse Books and SLJ Release Booktalking Kit

Sixth Grader to Interview President Obama About Reading on April 30

James Patterson Partners with Scholastic to Give Away $1.25M to School Libraries

E-Rate Win for Schools and Libraries: Modernization Order Brings Another $1.5B

EasyBib Compares Two Years of Information Literacy Data

Conspiring to Educate: Working together for transitioning students

Ferguson Library Provides Calm Refuge for a Torn Community

We Need Diverse Books Announces Publishing Internship Project

Deadline Looms for Lemony Snicket Prize Nominations

Rosen Publishing Acquires Nonfiction Children’s Publisher Enslow

Westport Maker Space Expands with Robots, SolidWorks Courses, and Volunteer Training

Librarians, IT Experts Respond to Adobe Spying Accusations

JukePop Opens Kickstarter to Get Indie Ebooks into Libraries

REFORMA Brings Books, Backpacks, and Support to Unaccompanied Minors

Pew Report Finds Millennials Are Readers, Library Users

Ferguson Libraries Step Up to Serve Community in Turmoil

Amazon Reveals Sticking Points with Hachette

We Need Diverse Books Incorporates

Librarians, Media React to Launch of Kindle Unlimited

University of Illinois and Freedom to Read Foundation Offer Intellectual Freedom Course

Library and Education Groups File Net Neutrality Comments with FCC

Amazon Launches Kindle Unlimited Ebook Subscription Service

FCC Approves E-Rate Plan to Inject $2 Billion into WiFi for Schools and Libraries

The FCC To Vote on $2 Billion E-Rate Proposal, Librarians Are Speaking Out

Libraries Needed to Host Summer Meal Programs. Here’s How to Help.

Scenes from the ‘Ultimate Picture Book Sketch-Off’ | ALA 2014

Walter Dean Myers, Award-Winning Author and Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, Passes at 76

What’s Your Online Persona?

Higher Ed Administrators Seek To Stem States’ Rush Away From Common Core

Common Core 101 for Academic Librarians | From the Bell Tower

Open Mic @ Your Library! | Programs That Pop

ALA Announces First Ever Winner of the Lemony Snicket Prize

Climbing the Shelves | Library by Design, Spring 2014

#WeNeedDiverseBooks: Not a Trend, But Here to Stay | BEA 2014

Audio and Video: Maya Angelou, Appearances and Interviews

Gates Foundation Ending Global Libraries Program Over Next 3-5 Years

What Public Librarians Need to Know about Common Core State Standards

Eliza T. Dresang, Author and Noted Professor of Library Science, Dies at 72


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