IMLS CARES Act State Library Spotlight: Supporting Public, School, and Academic Libraries in VermontApril 21, 2021
IMLS talked to the Vermont State Librarian to learn more about how libraries and communities are faring across the Green Mountain State.
- March 22, 2021
"Women’s history is American history," said the New-York Historical Society's Mia Nagawiecki. An IMLS Museums for America project is teaching young people about diversity and importance of influential women from 1492 to today.
IMLS CARES Act State Library Spotlight: Unemployment, School Summer Meals, and Native Language and Cultural Resources in the Northern Mariana IslandsMarch 16, 2021
The Library Director at Joeten-Kiyu Public Library in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands talks about how libraries supported the community during the pandemic.
- February 12, 2021
In observance of Black History Month, here are a collection of libraries and museums across the U.S. that are finding new virtual ways to educate, raise awareness, and promote Black history, culture, knowledge, and civil rights year-round.
- February 10, 2021
Jennifer Nelson, Director of State Library Services, Minnesota IMLS staff interviewed chief officers of State Library Administrative Agencies (SLAAs) to discuss their response to the coronavirus, including the use of
- January 26, 2021
The Georgia State Librarian shares how her state is using IMLS CARES Act funds to help libraries and communities through connectivity and partnerships.
- December 17, 2020
Museums, Data, and Stories: The Journey of Adopting an Evaluation Mindset By Paula Gangopadhyay My introduction to the power of data and evaluation happened serendipitously, near the beginning of my career, when I was leading a large school reform initiative in the early 2000s.
- November 17, 2020
This post is part of a series and features IMLS Senior Library Program Officer Madison Bolls interviewing Karen Mellor, Rhode Island’s Chief of Library Services.