Date: June 7, 2017 In this inaugural Let’s Move in Libraries webinar project director Noah Lenstra shares results from the first ever survey of movement-based programs in North American public libraries, and discusses what you can do to get people of all ages and abilities moving in your libraries. Download Webinar Slides - Part
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STORYWALK® Anne Ferguson and Kellogg Hubbard Library. StoryWalk®. http://www.kellogghubbard.org/storywalk Bring a StoryWalk® to your Community. Maine website with lots of resources about creating StoryWalk® programs. Storywalk-in-Maine.pdf Ferguson, Anne. 2015. The StoryWalk® Project Frequently Asked Questions –March, 2015 Update. The-StoryWalkR-Project-FA-Q-–-March-2015-Update.doc Appalachian Regional Library System. StoryWalk® LibGuide. http://arlibrary.libguides.com/storywalks/home In StoryWalk, kids run to the page. July 14, 2015. The
WALKING Kirsten Wurmann. “Take a Walk! Innovative Programming from Winnipeg Public Library.” Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research 11.1 (2016): https://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/3631#.WPou1FPytoF Caitlyn Boland. 2016. PA Forward: Butler Area Public Library Supports Health Literacy by Hosting a 5K. Compendium: News for Pennsylvania Libraries. http://compendium.ocl-pa.org/pa-forward-butler-area-public-library-supports-health-literacy-by-hosting-a-5k/. Flaherty, M. G. and D. Miller. 2016.
LIFE-SIZED BOARD GAMES Why Should Kids Have All the Fun? | Programs That Pop. Article on Play-based active programs for adults. http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2015/03/opinion/programs-that-pop/why-should-kids-have-all-the-fun-programs-that-pop/#_. Audrey Barbakoff. 2016. Adults Just Wanna Have Fun: Programs for Emerging Adults. Includes chapter on Book Bikes and Nerf Capture the Flag programming ideas. Adults-Fun-Nerf.pdf Emily T. Wichman. Chapter on Scavenger
GARDENING Crehore, Mary P. 15 March 2017. “A Children’s Garden at Avon Lake Public Library,” WebJunction. http://www.webjunction.org/news/webjunction/childrens-garden-avon-lake.html. Central Minnesota Library Exchange. 2017. Podcast on Library Gardens. https://cmle.org/episode-eight-library-gardens/. Teen Services Depot. 2015. Garden Club. Great resource on how to start one at your library. https://teenservicesdepot.wordpress.com/2015/07/27/garden-club/. Kristi Bryant. 2015. Get Started Gardening at your Library. Programming Librarian. http://www.programminglibrarian.org/programs/get-started-gardening-your-library
DANCING Ballet at the Library. Library Journal. http://tumblr.libraryjournal.com/post/85830161198/ex-tabulis-libraryadvocates-slcl-ballet Heather Robideaux. 2015. TRY Fayetteville Public Library. Programming Librarian. http://www.programminglibrarian.org/programs/try-fayetteville-public-libraryDiscusses Cajun dancing class. Mary Davis Fournier. 2012. Creative Aging in Our Communities: The Public Library Project. Programming Librarian. http://www.programminglibrarian.org/articles/creative-aging-our-communities-public-library-project Discusses dance classes for older adults at the library. Jenn Carson. 2016. Dancing with the Stacks. Programming Librarian. http://www.programminglibrarian.org/blog/dancing-stacks Joan Green. 2013. Thoughts
PARKS PARTNERSHIPS Weekes, Lisa and Barbara Longair. 2016. “Physical Literacy in the Library at Lethbridge Public Library.” British Columbia Library Association. https://bclaconnect.ca/perspectives/2016/01/31/physical-literacy-in-the-library/ Weekes, L., and B. Longair. 2016. Physical Literacy in the Library–Lethbridge Public Library–Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. International Information & Library Review 48, no. 2: 152-154. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10572317.2016.1176466 Cofell, J., B. Longair, and L. Weeks. 2016.
CHAIR-BASED EXERCISE InfoPeople. 2013. Instant Recess: Encouraging Customers and Staff to Get Moving in the Library. https://infopeople.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=77. Webinar archive has pdf of how to do these types of programs. Liz Morris. 2016. “Engaging Public Libraries in Community Health Information and Services.” National Networks of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest regional medical library
RUNNING Kirsten Wurmann. “Take a Walk! Innovative Programming from Winnipeg Public Library.” Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research 11.1 (2016): https://search.proquest.com/docview/1815405612. Caitlyn Boland. 2016. PA Forward: Butler Area Public Library Supports Health Literacy by Hosting a 5K. Compendium: News for Pennsylvania Libraries. http://compendium.ocl-pa.org/pa-forward-butler-area-public-library-supports-health-literacy-by-hosting-a-5k/. Flaherty, M. G. and D. Miller. 2016.
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT Read & Reach: A Resource for Promoting Physical Activity in Storytime Programs. http://readandreach.web.unc.edu/. Bucyrus Public Library. Music, Movement and More. https://www.facebook.com/MusicMovementandMore1/. Scherrer, Katie. 2017. Stories, Songs, and Stretches! Creating Playful Storytimes with Yoga and Movement. Chicago: American Library Association. http://www.alastore.ala.org/detail.aspx?ID=11929 Jenn Carson. 2015. Storytime Stretching. Programming Librarian. http://www.programminglibrarian.org/blog/storytime-stretching Sirinides, P., Fink, R., & DuBois, T.