Category Archives: Education Support

Poets on Poets: Aline Dolinh

Ed note: This is a cross-post from the AYAW Blog.  You can find the original blog post here. Inaugural National Student Poet and Northeast Representative, Claire Lee, returns to the AYAW blog to interview the 2013 Class of National Student Poets for her “Poets … Continue reading

Posted in Afterschool/Out-of-School, Cultural Heritage/Sustainability, Education Support, Learning Tools and Interactives (Information/Media literacy), Meet the National Student Poets | Comments Off

Adults Celebrate Learning with Stories About Literacy

By Michele Farrell Senior Library Program Officer Being able to read and write is something that most of us take for granted. But, for 32 million Americans, this is not the case. Many who lack these skills don’t know where … Continue reading

Posted in Education Support, Grants to State Library Administrative Agencies, Lifelong learning/ Intergenerational | 2 Comments

Integrating Libraries and Museums in State-Level Early Learning Strategies

By Susan H. Hildreth Director, IMLS More than 400 museum, library and early childhood experts registered to attend a webinar on “Expanding the Reach of Early Learning and Development Systems for Libraries and Museums.” This was another important milestone in … Continue reading

Posted in Afterschool/Out-of-School, Director's Messages, Early Learning, Education Support, Learning Tools and Interactives (Information/Media literacy) | 4 Comments

IMLS Convenings Focus on Learning Spaces, STEM

By Maura Marx Deputy Director for Library Services, IMLS Editor’s Note: IMLS recently hosted a series of three strategic priority meetings, each focused on a different priority. The sessions were designed to help inform future strategies, particularly for the agency’s … Continue reading

Posted in 21st Century Skills, Education Support, Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program, Learning Tools and Interactives (Information/Media literacy), STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) | Comments Off