Libraries and Museums as Afterschool Allies

October 18, 2012 at 5:34 pm Leave a comment

Libraries and Museums as Afterschool Allies
Public libraries are undergoing a 21st century makeover, evolving into destinations for hands-on, collaborative and informal learning. With their museum and community partners they are taking a more active role in supporting children’s learning and development in the hours after school.

Read full post online at http://blog.imls.gov/?p=1928.

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Entry filed under: cultural heritage, IMLS, Youth Services.

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