The ICfL is launching a new program for teens at your public or school library. The Idaho Teen Reading Challenge is a way for you to encourage teens to read [...]
Library patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH), DeafBlind, blind or visually impaired (BVI) want and use many of the same services and programs enjoyed by patrons who [...]
Idaho's library laws are found in Title 33: Education. Why? Because Idaho's public libraries form an integral part of the state's education system. Idaho Code section 33-2601 states, "It is [...]
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This year's public health emergency has forced libraries to provide access to library services in nontraditional and creative ways. With so many unknowns about when Idaho's stay-at-home order will be [...]
We are happy to announce that ICfL is once again partnering with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation (IDPR) to offer free state park passes to Idaho libraries hosting [...]
2017 PSAs promoting summer reading are available from the CSLP website for your use and distribution: www.cslpreads.org/2017-psas. Enjoy and share these PSAs targeted to children and to adults, along with [...]
The Idaho AfterSchool Network (IAN) needs input from libraries that offer any youth programs for grades K-12.
The Idaho AfterSchool Network (IAN) needs input from libraries that offer any youth programs for grades K – 12. The Idaho AfterSchool Network (IAN) is a statewide program with the [...]