ULC connected with Ali F. Abid at Salt Lake's Catholic Community Services to learn more about his role as a Digital Navigator helping to engage and assist community members with digital barriers.
Discover how Prince George’s County Memorial Library System used technology to foster connections between tweens in two different parts of the country, all while growing their intellectual curiosity and confidence with STEM.
ULC connected with Melissa Rodriguez at Salt Lake City Public Library to learn more about her role as a Digital Navigator helping to engage and assist community members with digital barriers.
Discover how libraries across North America have adapted their STEM offerings to keep youth learning, despite the new challenges of COVID-19.
Learn how Chicago Public Library transitioned their youth STEM programming to virtual spaces once the pandemic hit.
ULC connected with Amanda Perry, associate librarian at Salt Lake City Public Library, to learn more about her role as a Digital Navigator helping to engage and assist community members with digital barriers.
Learn how the library’s Black Events and Exhibits Committee creates experiences, services and resources that are reflective of the Black experience in their city and county.
Discover how Sonoma County Library created a new STEM learning opportunity for teens that addresses race and social equity issues embedded within science and our society.
Jinnie Spiegler from the Anti-Defamation League outlines how libraries and schools have worked to ensure book access for children during the pandemic and provides tips for using books to open conversations that help children and young people acknowledge, understand and navigate these challenging times.
ULC connected with Salt Lake City Digital Navigator Esmeralda Avalos to learn more about her role helping to engage and assist community members with overcoming digital barriers.