Library leaders from 19 ULC member libraries across North America convened in Cleveland, Ohio to share and discuss how public libraries can continuously enhance their role as valuable partners and leaders within the community.
Pandemic closures gave Brooklyn Public Library a unique opportunity to beautify their outdoor space.
Discover how ULC members utilized Communities for Immunity funding to support vaccine confidence at the local level.
Explore how OCLC’s WebJunction implements a community collaboration strategy in addressing digital equity and inclusion initiatives, improving access to civil legal justice and health equity and crisis management planning.
With the help of American Rescue Plan Act funds from IMLS, Wichita Public Library is encouraging patrons to document firsthand accounts of life during the pandemic.
Learn how Dakota County Library continued to offer services after COVID-19 closed their doors and how they welcomed customers back.
Through a new partnership, Las Vegas-Clark County Library District (LVCCLD) took steps to provide easy access for discovery, enjoyment and remote learning outside of the library walls and beyond the library website.
Discover how Baltimore County Public Library encouraged participation and provided space to local vendors during successful 2021 Small Business Saturday events at multiple library locations.
ULC connected with Forsyth County Public Library's Brian D. Hart (Director of Libraries), Elizabeth J. Skinner (Deputy Library Director) and Harweda Coe (Organizational Initiatives and Innovation Manager) for a discussion of the library's digital inclusion and equity leadership.
Learn how North American public libraries have launched innovative programs designed to capture, contextualize and illuminate the impact of COVID-19 on their cities and counties.