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For the best free genealogy websites, start at your local library. There are plenty of amazing genealogical resources available for free through local and state libraries and archives, as well as databases and trained librarians that can aid in your discovery.
Anyone with a library card can easily access free ebooks on their devices without having to scour the internet or use illegal platforms to download new titles.
Whether it’s a side hustle or the freelancer’s life that you’re living, the library is your business’ best friend.
Archives and libraries are helping communities collect and preserve what is important to them during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Libraries are always changing and growing to help their communities — now more than ever.
It can be difficult to adjust to new places and faces. Libraries are perfect locations for helping military families feel at home in a new town.
Students of all ages should look to the databases provided by school libraries and public libraries to succeed
One of the first sit-ins in the United States happened at a segregated public library. It is important for libraries to recognize their own troubled history while helping communities celebrate and surface their own.
Little Free Libraries (LFLs) are one of the largest book-sharing movements in the world. These small, wooden boxes have been appearing in neighborhoods everywhere and offer an easy book exchange for those looking to discover new reads and share some of their favorite books as well.
Unfortunately, that's the response we hear most often because most Americans don’t know what the Institute of Museum and Library Services does. Which makes it hard to care about when it gets cut.