September 2012: Your Friendly Neighborhood Library: An Inviting Space, a Family Place
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The Family Place model is helping several California public libraries rethink their children’s programming. They’re taking services for their youngest readers beyond storytime by providing interactive children’s spaces that foster child and family development. Read More

 
August 2012: Keeping Oral History Alive in a Digital World
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Recorders and preservers of oral history are benefiting from the wealth of resources offered by Michigan State University’s “Oral History in the Digital Age” project, which assists practitioners and addresses core issues influencing the field in the 21st century. Read More

 
July 2012: Art Goes to School
Some/One, 2001, © Do Ho Suh, Korean, works in America, born 1962, Stainless steel military dog-tags, nickel plated copper sheets


The Seattle Art Museum’s “Art Goes to School” project is helping the Museum fulfill its mission of connecting art to life for more K–12 students and their teachers with a range of outreach and professional development activities. Read More