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Libraries Transforming Communities: Origins and Outlook
As ALA and its partners roll out Libraries Transforming Communities: Models for Change, we thought it would be helpful to share ALA’s goals and the history behind this initiative.
Libraries Transforming Communities: Models for Change
ALA set out to reach even more libraries in a second phase of the initiative — this time, both public and academic. The current phase of the initiative provides free training, networking opportunities and our promise to continue to share stories of library innovation in community engagement.
Community Engagement Forum
ALA's Community Engagement electronic mailing list is an easy way to connect with other library professionals interested in community engagement, dialogue and deliberation.