How to Create Accessible and Equitable Library Collections

Here are five resources for building an even greater library collection that authentically and respectfully serves and represents everyone! The post How to Create Accessible […]

Seven Back-to-School Tips for Librarians

Librarians, how do you get ready for the school year? Here are seven tips with some resources and tools to help you have your best […]

Want to Boost Your Librarian-Teacher Partnerships?

Teachers, want to work with your librarian? Librarians, want to work more with teachers? Here are four tips for building a solid partnership. The post […]

School Library Month: Make Your Librarian Feel Valued This April

Here are some ideas for acknowledging school librarians and showing appreciation for their important work during School Library Month. The post School Library Month: Make […]

Six Popular Biography Series Featuring Women Heroes

It's Women's History Month, so let's highlight women! Here are six biography series students will love that feature female role models. The post Six Popular […]

Celebrating Black History Month All Year Long

February is Black History Month. Here is a list of literature and resources to celebrate black history and the black community all year long. The […]

TexQuest: Curated, Safe, and Customizable Online Resources for Students

Submitted by the Texas Library Association As a library media specialist, I am fortunate to have access to the TexQuest materials and resources in the […]

Kami for Chrome

Kami extension for Chrome Want a few more tools when collaborating with others? Kami allows you to share ANY doc with the ability to annotate, […]

Seven New Children’s Books for 2021

Children’s literature is one of the most prolific parts of the publishing industry. Besides tried-and-true classics, hundreds of new children’s books hit the shelves each […]

What Is the World Digital Library?

This post is part of a series celebrating National Library Week. Learn more about NLW events, activities, and resources here. In the Information Age, conducting […]

Libraries for Young Learners (PreK–5)

It’s important to develop a love of learning in young students. Libraries can help pave the way, giving students places to explore, connect with their […]

The History of the School Library

This post is part of a series celebrating National Library Week. Learn more about NLW events, activities, and resources here. Mary Kingsbury was the United […]

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