Tiny but Mighty

A 320-square-foot library is having a big impact on early literacy

OverDrive supports library-driven digital book clubs through publisher negotiation and marketing materials.

Bringing Book Clubs Online

Resources for digital book clubs

Cokie Roberts. Photo: Lynn Goldsmith

Remembering Cokie Roberts

From the American Libraries archive: a conversation with the late political reporter

Librarians Bridge the Gap: Accessing Public Health Information

Researching the impact of past health policies and practices | Sponsored

A participant in a cursive workshop at L. P. Fisher Public Library in Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada, practices the alphabet. (Photo: Jenn Carson)

Lending a Hand

Libraries take the lead in teaching cursive

ALA Announces #eBooksForAll Campaign
Library leaders rally opposition to Macmillan ebook embargo

Up to the Challenge
Dealing with school library book challenges before they happen

Process Matters in Design
Using participatory design to include stakeholders

File under Bee
Libraries open up to beekeeping

Newsmaker: Raina Telgemeier
Graphic novelist’s Guts-y new memoir addresses anxiety in kids

Automatic for the People
Are self-service libraries a threat to the profession or an opportunity to better serve patrons?

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