Tackling Money Matters at New York Public Library
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The New York Public Library (NYPL) introduced Money Matters, a project to educate library staff on the core concepts of personal finance and related reference sources. The program also made the staff more open to the idea of hosting presentations by experts who provided personal finance training that was needed most by their neighborhood communities. NYPL also made the project training materials freely available. Read More

 
Using History to Transform a Community: Peralta Hacienda Historical Park
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Peralta Hacienda Historical Park strengthened its relationship with its surrounding community by involving local residents as exhibit developers, tour leaders, oral history subjects, audience, and staff. The project empowered community members to lead historical tours using their own stories. Read More

 
Planting Seeds of Information: Creating a Digital Natural History Collection
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Friesner Herbarium at Butler University houses the third largest collection of plant specimens in Indiana. An IMLS grant allowed the herbarium and Butler’s Irwin Library to create a digital collection, in partnership with Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Read More