New report from the Aspen Institute highlights how public libraries can drive innovation and help transform communities.Read more »
Congratulations to this year's Top Innovators. See the 2014 Top Innovators publication to learn more about these award-winning libraries.Read more »
Read the latest ULC leadership brief to learn how libraries can take a more central role in designing and delivering high-quality learning programs in our communities.Read More »
ULC libraries: community hubs for education, economic/workforce development, sustainability.2014 Online Learning »
ULC leads initiatives to improve public access technology and foster digital learning for communities.Learn about ULC initiatives »
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As the process to modernize the US E-Rate program continues, ULC has submitted a letter to the FCC underscoring two critical points. The first affirms the essential role of the library as a 21st century educational institution. The second point emphasizes that all public libraries, no matter the location or size, require immediate and comprehensive support in acquiring broadband connectivity. Read and share these vital E-Rate resources >>
The Urban Libraries Council (ULC), founded in 1971, is a membership association of leading public library systems in the U.S. and Canada. While ULC libraries primarily represent urban and suburban settings, lessons from their work are widely adapted by libraries of all sizes, including those in rural settings. Read More >>