Linda Rodgers   

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Circulation Surge: Want Your Books To Fly Off the Shelves? Try these Ideas.

We asked K–12 and public librarians to share their strategies—from genrefying to broadcasting booktalks.


Award-Winning Arts Education for Kids of All Abilities

A New York library's reading and creativity program for kids welcomes those whose disabilities may prevent them from attending school with their community peers.


How a Connecticut Library Became a Community STEM Hub

A well conceived tech center and maker lab draws students and community members of all ages.


Partnership Prepares Teens for College

A teacher and librarian team up to give high schoolers better research and presentation skills.


Prime Time for Podcasts

It’s a golden age for young podcast listeners and creators. Tips for using and recording audio content, plus top listening recommendations.


New Anti-Opioid Initiative Focuses on Prevention in Schools

A free online course for teens emphasizes education, prevention, and response.


Brooklyn Public Library Offers Online PD Course on Information Literacy

Through the free Teacher Lab program, K–12 teachers and librarians get up to date on research skills—and earn professional credit.


“Magic Tree House” Renumbering Catches Librarians Off Guard

A slight update to the phenomenally popular series presents shelving challenges.


13 Tips for Teaching News and Information Literacy

Experts share their most successful teaching methods for elementary and middle schoolers.

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