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March 07, 2017 ET
The Terrebonne Parish Library’s robotics lending kits and outreach programming were a hit with community teens.Read more
March 07, 2017 ET
IMLS is currently accepting applications until April 3 for its Native American Library Services Basic Grants. Learn more about changes and updates to the program during our March 9 webinar.Read more
Teens learning coding skills
March 06, 2017 ET
Through coding classes at the public library, some Rhode Island teens are preparing for the workforce.Read more
Tim Carrigan
March 06, 2017 ET
In honor of Teen Tech Week 2017, IMLS is spotlighting five recent projects we’ve supported, which demonstrate how libraries leverage technology in service of teens across the nation.Read more
February 10, 2017 ET
Community-centric evaluation using shared success measures can nurture the innovation process. It can also improve the likelihood of your community's successes and your role as a catalyst in promoting well-being.Read more
February 09, 2017 ET
A project of ACM and the University of Washington’s Museology Graduate Program created a professional network and research agenda to examine practices and learning frameworks at children’s museums.Read more
January 31, 2017 ET
Observations from nature, including birdwatching, can translate into new ways of thinking about cooperation in community catalyst work.Read more
January 26, 2017 ET
Editor’s Note: This past fall, IMLS launched Community Catalyst, a new initiative aimed at sparking a conversation around ways to help libraries and museums develop a deeper understanding of the best ways to work with communities to bring about positive change. Through a cooperative agreement with...Read more
January 24, 2017 ET
An IMLS grant project is supporting research on the information ecosystem of rural regions, seeking to understand the role of libraries and programs such as loaned hotspots.Read more
January 23, 2017 ET
A number of early indicators can be used to help identify what projects are "most likely to succeed."Read more

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