Discover how ULC libraries across North America have established innovative partnerships to transform their outdoor programming for patrons.
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.
Discover how libraries across North America have adapted their STEM offerings to keep youth learning, despite the new challenges of COVID-19.
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.
Find out how Pioneer Library System used STEM education to engage youth and foster conversations about diversity, representation and empathy.
Learn how Gwinnett County Public Library created a series of STEM programs in Spanish that focused on blending science and art.
Discover how Durham County Library's STEAM Services unit developed unique methods for engaging with the community during COVID-19.
Discover how Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library is experimenting to figure out the best ways to serve students in a learning environment that is a mix of in-person and remote learning.
Discover how ULC libraries across North America have adapted their summer learning offerings to keep kids, teens and adults learning all summer long, despite the new challenges of COVID-19.
Discover how libraries can use picture books to convey important lessons about aspects of identity and the diversity of our society, how to be inclusive, the ways in which bias and injustice permeate our lives and institutions and how to stand up for equity and justice.