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The Institute of Museum and Library Services is the primary source of federal support for America's 120,000 libraries and 35,000 museums and related orgs.
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We are grateful for the opportunity to serve the libraries and museums of America. Thank you to all those who work year round to make a difference in communities throughout the nation. From all of us at IMLS, .
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Pratt Library Nov 20
Relax to live music in the library! The Jazz Whisperers played sweet sounds at the Light Street Branch last weekend.
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IMLS Nov 21
Grant opportunity for small and medium-sized museums, zoos, aquariums, arboreta, and botanical gardens: The FAIC Collections Assessment for Preservation (CAP) program is now accepting applications through Feb. 1.
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IMLS Nov 20
play key roles in early learning. Here's an program from and that's preparing young children and their families to read and learn together:
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IMLS Nov 20
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We've made 116 awards to children’s museums over the past five years, investing over $16.5 million in grants that help our nation's kids learn beyond classroom walls.
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IMLS Nov 20
We are proud to support early learning initiatives across America, expanding opportunities for all children to play and grow through museums and libraries.
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IMLS Nov 20
For museums affected by recent natural disasters, and IMLS announce expedited funding for collections care. More information and how to apply:
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IMLS Nov 17
ICYMI: Check out our annual Performance and Accountability Report to see what we’ve been up to over the past year— including a stronger focus on community engagement.
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IMLS Nov 17
It's ! IMLS has granted nearly $1.5 million to nature centers over the past five years. Find a trail to blaze near you:
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IMLS Nov 16
We welcomed visitors today for a great discussion on diversity and inclusion in the museum field. Thanks to from , of , and of , pictured here with IMLS staff Jill Connors-Joyner and Paula Gangopadhyay!
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IMLS Nov 16
"Though online searches are now at the fingertips of most people, many still prefer to call or visit a library. Some can’t or don’t use computers; others recognize librarians have search skills and access to databases that search engines can’t match."
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IMLS Nov 16
Happy to the Hoosier state! Over the past 5 years, IMLS has invested more than $41.5 million in Indiana’s libraries and museums.
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IMLS Nov 15
Announcing the release of our annual Performance and Accountability Report! Here’s what we’re proud of accomplishing over the past year:
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Megan Nov 14
Proud to help support this unique internship and therapeutic program for alongside . Thank you for featuring it!
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IMLS Nov 14
One step at a time: How are tackling childhood obesity
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YALSA Nov 13
Congrats to this new cohort of libraries who will develop college & career readiness services for middle schoolers & thanks to for supporting this project!
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IMLS Nov 13
Reminder: We have two open positions at IMLS in the Office of Library Services, both with deadlines of 11/29.
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IMLS Nov 9
This at is a digital social network that revolutionizes the way primary documents are organized and made accessible— "linking the living and the dead."
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IMLS Nov 9
IMLS’s Nancy Weiss and Paula Gangopadhyay present to for their Creative Readers program, which helps increase the joy of literature in children of all abilities.
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IMLS Nov 9
We are the primary source of federal support for the nation's approximately 120,000 libraries and 35,000 museums and related organizations. Our mission is to inspire libraries and museums to advance innovation, lifelong learning, and cultural and civic engagement.
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