Why are 21st century skills important to libraries and museums?
Combining strengths in traditional and digital learning, libraries and museums are well-positioned to build the skills Americans need in the 21st century. Find out how your institution can get started.
How can libraries and museums help create a network of community organizations that together address the 21st century learning needs of their citizens?
Libraries and museums are strong community anchors that, together with formal education and other community organizations, create a network of learning within a community. Find out how you can host a community workshop to raise awareness about 21st century skills.
Want to see 21st century skills in action?
At IMLS we have gathered success stories that demonstrate how libraries and museums are transforming their institutions and making a difference in their communities. Hear firsthand stories of success.
What's New with IMLS and 21st Century Skills:
April 8, 2014 01:08 PM
Partially funded by IMLS, the Inclusive Gigabit Libraries project shares case studies on libraries that are getting gigabit-speed internet connections.
March 19, 2014 03:56 PM
Director Hildreth asks: Are badges in your future?
March 14, 2014 01:05 PM
The Alaska State Library worked with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration to establish public computer centers at 97 public libraries across the state, and provide online technology training.
March 7, 2014 03:41 PM
Senior Library Program Officer Mary Alice Ball recaps recent events that covered the impact of geo-mapping, crowdsourcing, and the E-rate.
March 4, 2014 01:42 PM
IMLS Director Susan Hildreth invites library participation in broadband policy discussions.