ULC reached out Ottawa Public Library's Ann Archer to follow up and learn about how OPL's eBooks Express program has evolved in the year since its Top Innovator win.
ULC reached out to Hartford Public Library's Project Coordinator Beverly Redd to follow up and learn about how the Career Pathways program has evolved in the year since its Top Innovator win.
ULC reached out to Spokane Public Library's Community Engagement Manager Jason Johnson to follow up on the library's 2018 Top Innovator win and to learn how their Lilac City Live event series has evolved over the last year.
ULC reached out to Los Angeles Public Library Associate Director of Lifelong Learning Alicia Moguel to follow up and learn about how the New Americans Initiative program has evolved in the year since its Top Innovator win.
ULC reached out to SLCPL's Executive Director Peter Bromberg to discuss Salt Lake City's unique digital inclusion needs and how the library is leading efforts to strengthen its communities in the digital age. Read the full interview below!
Our 2019 ULC Forum host Salt Lake County Library is trailblazing digital citizenship and inclusion in the Salt Lake area. Learn how they are empowering their community to engage fully in the digital age!
How can libraries help ensure today's youth develop greater empathy, understanding and appreciation for equity? The Anti-Defamation League's Jinnie Spiegler shares the capacity for children's literature to launch critical conversations for young learners.
Advanced technology is arriving quicker than we know. Robots and artificial intelligence are now a reality, not just an idea. Learn how Roanoke County Public Library is trailblazing new paths for library leadership in emerging tech.
The ULC staff sat down with Emilio Estevez, director, writer and star of The Public, to learn more about his inspiration and research for the film.
The below blog post examines the impact of the digital divide and how public libraries can work to bridge the gap to create social and racial equity for those within their communities.