A national study of library programming generates a new way to understand and advance a key service to communities.
Study shows the power of a partnership model for science learning centers and community organizations.
Public libraries have always had a broadly educational mission though the public has long thought of them primarily as book custodians. This two-part study lays a foundation for assessing the impact of these institutions by looking at current programs and identifying important skills that library programming professionals need.
Museum scholars analyze historical research to trace representation, equity, and opportunities for change.