The Blog of Toledo Lucas County Public Library
Posted about 1 month ago by April SPosted in Teen and Pre-Teens | Tagged with community engagement, empathy, kindness, outreach, programs and service projects
Librarians are working with area youth to create handmade, heartfelt gifts to show a little kindness to people in our community. It's part of a concerted programming effort to engage area youth in a meaningful way.Continue Reading: Making a Difference with Service Projects
Posted 2 months ago by John DPosted in Computers and Technology, Education, eMedia, Local History and Tech Tools | Tagged with community engagement, digital collections, GitHub, Internet Archive, local history and Ohio Memory
The Local History and Genealogy department of the Toledo Lucas County Public Library has loaded a number of digitized books onto Internet Archive as an alternative means of accessing them. We also shared all the metadata about our digital collections as open data, which is now accessible through GitHub.Continue Reading: New Options for Interacting With Our Digital Content
Posted 4 months ago by John DPosted in Computers and Technology, Culture and Diversity, History and Politics, Local History and Research and Resources | Tagged with community engagement, community photo album, digital collections, local history, Ohio Memory and Toledo, Ohio
The Toledo Lucas County Public Library has launched a program to collect photos from the public to be preserved as part of our local history collections. Contribute your photos (physical or digital) to become a part of Toledo history.Continue Reading: Become a Part of Toledo's History!