Thinking about offering an outdoor program at your library? Read these seven tips to help you plan a safe experience for everyone.
Libraries aren’t just buildings! There are so many ways for you to engage your community members during a pandemic — here are four things to do right now.
Keep kids in your community engaged through virtual library programming with these five popular take-and-make kits — supply lists and directions included.
Follow these steps for creating a curbside pickup plan to get books and materials into students’ hands this year.
Although they’re often called “digital natives,” kids don’t always have a firm grasp of all the digital tools out there and how to use them safely. Get ideas on how librarians and educators can help students become digitally literate.
Learn how makerspaces, after-school programs, and other out-of-classroom experiences can help connect learning to student’s lives and the rest of the world.
Librarians and educators are tasked with the important job of helping students become good digital citizens. Get ideas and resources for ways you can teach students to be safe online and leave a positive digital footprint.
Diana Rendina details 3 engaging makerspace projects that fit right in with the 2017 Teen Read Week (Oct. 8–14) theme: “Unleash Your Story.” Students will be eager to tell their stories with these creative activities that combine literacy and making.