To celebrate an incredible turnout for the first summer of ULC's Building Equity: Amplify Summer Learning initiative, ULC developed an interactive map to highlight what these ideas look like when they’re implemented by libraries.
There is a lot of work to be done in cultivating more equity in STEM careers. Who better than librarians to help move the needle, ensuring all of the patrons we serve have the ability to compete for jobs in the STEM field?
As part of the ULC Building Equity: Amplify Summer Learning cohort, the Central Arkansas Library System enhanced community summer learning by partnering with a local program for youth experiencing housing insecurity. Learn more in this blog by CALS Youth Services Coordinator Ellen Samples.
As libraries work to bridge the digital divide, makerspaces continue to establish their important role in community spaces.
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.
Learn how Chicago Public Library transitioned their youth STEM programming to virtual spaces once the pandemic hit.
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.