Help a Library Worker Out (HALO)By The EveryLibrary Institute April 2020
ALA 2020: Supporting English Language LearnersBy Samantha Marker January 2020
KRIA: The Icelandic Constitution ArchivesBy Eileen Jerrett September 2019
ALA 2019 (Awesome DC + Awesome Libraries Pitch)By Tanya Knipprath June 2019
The Library for Food SovereigntyBy Ezra Kalule March 2019
Market Akenkan (Market Reading)By Sylvia Arthur December 2018
UHV Traveling BookmobileBy Courtney Middleton-Sides September 2018
Reading Corner to Deconstruct Gender RolesBy Andrea Borja Gonzalo June 2018
ProgressionistaBy Shanel Adams March 2018
Kid's Storytelling Festival (ALA Midwinter Pitch)By Christian Zabriskie February 2018
sharEd for Kids: Rotating Pre-K Library ConceptBy Bobby Powers August 2017
le projet TchadEducationPlusBy Bouayom Anderson Djimadoum July 2017
Breaking Library Silos for Social JusticeBy Cindy Fisher June 2017
ETC: All Abilities Lending CollectionBy Katie Mitchell May 2017
Serbia: Refugee and Migrant LibraryBy Jasmine Passa April 2017
100 Years...100 Selfies!By Meredith Schilsky March 2017
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