Girl Scout Censored in Gold Award Honor for Banned Books Library

In a move that couldn’t hit the nail on the head any harder, Hanover County, Virginia, commissioners censored a proclamation announcing a Gold Award honor given to a teen Girl Scout for her work combating book banning in her community. 

Easy Listening: Audiobook Accessibility for the Budget-Conscious

Strapped for cash? Libraries nationwide have got your back.

The Uses and Outcomes of Information Technology in Academic Libraries

Without IT, things could quickly shut down.

John Oliver Talks About Book Bans at HuntingBeach, CA!

As book bans and challenges to libraries continue to threaten parents' freedom to choose books for their families, writer and comedian John Oliver is calling attention to these baseless attacks. (Click to tweet this)    

Are You a Librarian? How Black Librarians Are Sharing Their Experiences in Forthcoming Documentary

A unique documentary is in the works that shares the challenges and accomplishments of Black librarianship.

Libraries Making History

There are many interesting moments to explore in library history.

7 Interesting Asian American and Pacific Islander Library Collections

Learn about AAPI culture by exploring digital and in-person collections.

Why the Library Should Be Part of Your Life

Free family recreation and educational experiences are only as far away as your local library.

How Librarians Can Support Teachers

Teacher and librarian partnerships are a win for students’ educational experiences.

Six Ways to Celebrate Museum Lover’s Day

Librarians and museums can work together to enrich their patrons' experiences.