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"How does a nation memorialize a past it might rather forget?" Art historian Renée Ater at hopes to find out by researching 25 monuments to the slave past throughout the United States.
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When broadcasters switched from analog to digital signals, it freed up broadcast spectrum. Now, some rural libraries (with help from ) use this "white space" spectrum to provide broadband Wi-Fi service.
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IMLS May 20
“We are not aiming at having more visitors or larger attendance, but we’re aiming at being more accessible, at having open doors.”
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Missouri SOS Office May 15
State Librarian Robin Westphal and Dennis Nangle () are taking a road trip visiting libraries in Springfield, Cape Girardeau and Kirkwood over the next few days.
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MAAH May 19
Thanks to a generous grant from the MAAH has embarked on a collections stewardship and storage optimization project to reconfigure the storage location for the Museum’s collections
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Discovery Museum May 15
Happy ! We are reaching more kids than ever thanks to and !
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IMLS May 17
Is your library getting ready for the ? Check out this new guide created by and
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IMLS May 15
An is helping Indiana State University () digitize 1,500 pages of St. Mother Theodore Guerin’s letters and journals, preserving her observations of life and education in mid 1800s Indiana.
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IMLS May 15
Robotic hands, fingerprint labs and chemistry experiments - is bringing STEM to middle school students who might not get exposure to these subjects. Funded by an .
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YALSA May 13
Deadline approaching! Apply by 5/19 for Cohort 4 of the Future Ready Project to learn how to work w/ a community partner to build services that support middle school college readiness & career awareness.
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IMLS May 14
Looking for advice on publishing or fending off writer's block? If you are in Arizona, check out 's funded writer-in-residence program for help.
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IMLS May 13
With kids counting down the days until school is out, libraries are busy preparing for summer festivals, camps, reading groups and more.
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IMLS May 13
The funded National Study of Library Public Programs spent two years exploring library programming and defining the skills needed by today's librarians. Join this webinar on June 10 & 14 to hear their findings.
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IMLS May 10
With so much information online, telling real from fake is tough. This new funded infographic has practical tips to help readers decide.
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IMLS May 9
Libraries "provide the space for anybody to come in, and to engage in conversation, activity, learn something new, create something new, to better themselves, and be reflective along that process.”
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IMLS May 8
Today's the day! The empowers U.S. libraries to make accessible copies of books and other reading materials for people with print disabilities.
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IMLS May 8
Cheers to another organization joining the Museums for All program! is now offering free admission for those receiving food assistance.
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IMLS May 7
We're pleased to announce that a new leader will be joining the IMLS team: Cynthia Landrum will head up our Office of Library Services. Welcome, Cyndee!
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Rep. Charlie Crist May 7
Congratulations to Gulfport Public Library for winning the National Medal for Museum and Library Service! Another reason to head to Gulfport and get a jump-start on your summer reading!
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IMLS May 7
Announcing the 10 winners of the National Medal for Museum and Library Service.
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