Bridging Knowledge Webinar: Reimagining and breathing life back into the Navajo Nation Library


Since its inception back in 1941, the Navajo Nation Library has served the citizens of the Navajo Nation for 81 years. Growing from a volunteer library into a three-branch library and soon-to-be 96 community libraries across the Navajo Nation, turning into the largest tribal library system in the United States. Learn about the Navajo Nation Library and its challenges.

The recording will be posted here when it is available.

This program is part of a series of 12 supplemental curriculum webinars planned for the IMLS-funded Bridging Knowledge Scholarship program. It will be recorded and will be available from the Bridging Knowledge playlist on the iSchool YouTube channel, and the Sustainable Heritage Network’s website. 

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This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services RE-250081-OLS-21.