June 2012: Accessible Libraries for All
An ALFA fellow learns about digital Braille readers for people with visual disabilities.


Students seeking master’s degrees in library and information science at universities in Alabama and Michigan are undertaking a unique curriculum that embraces the idea of universal accessibility and service to special needs populations. Read More

 
May 2012: Making Learning to Read Child’s Play
Children build vocabulary while planting and harvesting vegetables at Hopkins Library.


The Minnesota Children’s Museum and area libraries are teaming up to create interactive exhibits that reflect each neighborhood’s unique character and spur pre-reading skills. Read More

 
April 2012: North Carolina Initiative Focuses on Preserving State's Cultural Heritage
NC C2C Staff: Adrienne Berney, Matthew Hunt, Michelle Vaughn, and LeRae Umfleet


The North Carolina Connecting to Collections (C2C) program is helping the state’s museums, libraries, and other cultural heritage institutions better care for their collections. This profile demonstrates how the C2C program is making an impact throughout the state by conducting forums, hosting workshops, and providing other valuable resources. Read More