Daviess County's Elizabeth Muster shares how the One School, One Book program benefited her school through the shared experience of reading.
Allen County schools is the first district in the state to give all students full access to the local public library.
The Library Media Center at Kentucky School for the Blind recently hosted a celebration for the release of “We Can Hear You Just Fine: Clarifications from the Kentucky School for the Blind.”
Ilona N. Burdette is the new director of the Kentucky Virtual Library, a program of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education.
Renee Hale, library media specialist at Drakes Creek Middle School (Warren County) and the 2016-17 president of the Kentucky Association of School Librarians, shares her thoughts about where she thinks school libraries are headed.
The Kentucky Storytelling Conference will be Nov. 4-5 at the Pike County Public Library District, Lee Avenue Branch, in Pikeville. The event includes featured storytellers...
For the fourth year, Kentucky led the nation in Summer Reading pledges during the Chief’s Summer Reading Challenge, a project of the Council of Chief State School Officers and MetaMetrics.
The Kentucky Association of School Librarians (KASL) honored 2016 award recipients at a luncheon and ceremony Sept. 24 at the Galt House in Louisville.
Librarians take a look inside the world of children’s book authors and illustrators.
By Bobby Ellis email@example.com There aren't many libraries that can claim to have a giant wall of computer monitors, a green screen, an aquaponics lab and...