Four librarians share their tips and methods for researching, writing and apply for grants have been well-rewarded.
The 2018 Kentucky Library Association/Kentucky Association of School Librarians Conference will be Sept. 19-22 at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville.
The Ezra Jack Keats Foundation, which fosters children’s love of reading and creative expression in America’s diverse culture, is celebrating the 30th year of its mini-grant program with a call for proposals.
Henderson County's Rhea Isenberg said applying to become National Board certified pushed her to rethink what an effective library media program looks like.
Lexington resident and children’s author Mary Knight received the 2017 Green Earth Book Award in Children’s Fiction for her debut novel, “Saving Wonder,” at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.
Heidi Neltner, a former school librarian in the Ft. Thomas Independent school district, had been using Twitter to connect with colleagues around the world for many years. Then in 2013, she decided to introduce Kentucky school librarians to this professional networking venue by creating #KyLChat.
The Kentucky Book Fair, an annual event sponsored by Kentucky Humanities, brings together authors and readers to celebrate literacy in the state.
Designed to empower leaders to transform teaching and learning, the new “National School Library Standards for Learners, School Librarians and School Libraries” from the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) reflect an evolution of AASL standards.
For the fifth year, Kentucky led the nation in Summer Reading pledges during the annual summer reading challenge sponsored by MetaMetrics.
School librarians will have an opportunity to learn alongside other library colleagues at the annual Kentucky Library Association/Kentucky Association of School Librarians fall conference.