With so many library buildings still closed, but online services booming, there is so much going on in libraryland. Discover what's new in library tech!
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, many things have changed. Discover some information and resources that we hope will help your library!
The coronavirus crisis has transformed the way we interact. Libraries need to keep up with the changes and with digital transformations. Read more!
Read news about the $50 million grant program in the CARES Act, coronavirus resources, free Booklist and Book Links content, and much more.
The Small, Rural, and Independent Libraries conference will be held online (and for free) on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, from 12 to 3 p.m., U.S. Pacific time.
The popular Microsoft Office 2010 is soon going to reach its end of support.The good news is that your library can get Office 365 or Office Standard 2019.
Read news about women's history resources, the new Carol Shields Prize for Women's Fiction, the new nonprofit women's issues news site, and lots more.
Here's everything you need to know to recycle electronics, including donating or selling your old cellphones, laptops, and other electronic devices.
Read news on resources for African American History Month, a bill to send librarians to prison, record-breaking loans of digital materials, and much more.
Read news about the books that defined the past decade, books that have been repeatedly banned, the sale of OverDrive, and much more.
Read how a library and a legal service improved access to civil legal justice for low-income rural community members, with a cyber legal clinic.
Read our predictions about privacy, abandoning late fees, a new social media app, PLA's DigitalLearn project, Library 2.0, and digital collections.
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