Last Modified: 09 May 2018
A collection of grant opportunities and providers of free books for reading incentive programs at your library.
Last Modified: 22 June 2017
Active learning positions learners of all ages as co-creators of knowledge and experience. It is participatory, informal, interest-driven and relevant to real life.
Last Modified: 22 April 2016
Materials created by Springvale Public Library (ME) for their March into May health program. Here you'll find a promotional flyer, game board and bookmarks.
Last Modified: 23 March 2016
The worksheet includes brainstorming questions about potential community health programs and partners, and that connect to the long-term vision of your library. The last page features suggested follow-up questions for patrons who attend programming.
Last Modified: 15 February 2016
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation created the customizable Racial Equity Resource Guide. We have built this special guide for libraries that contains a list of potential partners, sources of background information, examples of programs and resources.
Last Modified: 23 May 2012
Program flyers used by Naturita Community Library, Library Journal's 2011 Best Small Library of the Year, to plan, facilitate and promote events hosted by their library.
Last Modified: 21 March 2012
Similar to summer reading programs for children, this program aimed to bring adults into the library, increase circulation, allow parents to model good reading habits for their children, and to foster good relations with the business community.
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