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Use of Small and Rural Libraries Grows in the Digital Age
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Sep 25, 2013

More than 77 percent of all public libraries in the United States are small. New IMLS data provide the first federal look at small and rural libraries. Read More

 
Second Annual Class of National Student Poets Appointed to Serve One Year as Literary Ambassadors
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Sep 24, 2013

Class of five high school writers selected by White House Committee for the National Students Poets Program, the nation’s highest honor for youth poets. Read More

 
Learn How Museums and Gardens Can Collaborate with Let’s Move! Cities, Towns, and Counties
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Sep 17, 2013

IMLS will host a free webinar to provide ideas and advice for museums and gardens that wish to collaborate with their local officials in the First Lady Michelle Obama’s Lets Move! initiative. Read More

 
 



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Blog Post: Growing an Early Literacy Initiative in Wisconsin
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A new public library initiative in Wisconsin aims to support caregivers of young children with information about early literacy. Read More

 
Blog Post: Film Forward: Furthering Cultural Understanding
Film Forward staff and federal partners after a panel discussion.

Dec 03, 2013

To kick off the 2014 Film Forward season, the Sundance Institute hosted filmmakers and federal partners to engage in conversations around the films that showcase the universal themes of communities in conflict, overcoming adversity, and the transformative power of art. Read More

 
Blog Post: State Library Guidebook: Support for Digital Literacy in Public Libraries
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Dec 02, 2013

A new digital literacy guidebook will help state libraries explore potential state-level investments and partnerships that advance digital literacy. Read More

 
 



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Climate Change and Plants—Predicting and Planning

Research by the Missouri Botanical Garden combines bioclimatic modeling and innovative experiments to shed light on key questions concerning the impacts of climate change on plant diversity, with the aim of helping conservationists develop scientifically based protocols to avert the loss of species. Read more..

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