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  • DLCL Meets In-Person

    DLCL Meets In-Person

    A guest post by Danis Kreimeier Developing Leaders in California Libraries (DLCL) met in-person Wednesday, November 30 and Thursday, December 1 in Oakland. After meeting remotely since September, it was […]

  • Homelessness, Libraries, and Human Rights

    Homelessness, Libraries, and Human Rights

    Are you concerned about homelessness, housing, food insecurity, and other challenges facing your community and library? Join the ALA Social Responsibilities Roundtable on Monday, November 14, for all or part […]

  • Building Maintenance, Building Projects, and Building Forward

    Building Maintenance, Building Projects, and Building Forward

    California’s public library buildings need help. Thanks to the California legislature (and Senator Toni G. Atkins, a champion for libraries), the 2021-2022 state budget allocated $439 million in one-time funds […]

  • Tutoring for ALL

    Tutoring for ALL

    A guest post by Chris Durr, Library Programs Consultant, California State Library Tutors can be expensive, and families are often faced with the challenge of trying to secure the services […]

  • Leadership Development with California Library Staff

    Leadership Development with California Library Staff

    As of Aug 2022, the Developing Leaders in California Libraries was merged into the California Libraries Learn (CALL) project. Leadership Cohorts 2022/23 (Applications are now closed for these opportunities) In […]

  • Dyslexia Awareness

    Dyslexia Awareness

    October is Dyslexia Awareness Month…but libraries should be aware of dyslexia and neurodiversity throughout the year. Over 40 million Americans have some level of dyslexia, which is a neurological variation […]