NOVEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER Welcome to the November 2018 newsletter of Let’s Move in Libraries. This edition highlights: a) two upcoming free webinars, b) an update of our collaboration with the National Institute on Aging's Go4Life campaign, c) the story of physical activity at the Champaign (Illinois) Public Library, and d) reviews of
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Dec 4: Don’t do it alone! Starting, sustaining, and assessing partnership-driven health programming at your library
What: Webinar sponsored by the National Network of Libraries of Medicines (eligible for 1.0 contact hour of Medical Library Association continuing education credit) Date: December 4, 2018, online Slides: Click here to register Date: 12/4/2018 Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Time Format: Online Webinar The U.S Institute of Museum and Library Services recently
OCTOBER 2018 NEWSLETTER Welcome to the October 2018 newsletter of Let’s Move in Libraries. This edition highlights: a) physical activity in British libraries; b) a free learning opportunity; c) stories you may have missed; and d) a request to share your experiences with stationary bikes at the library. Follow (and share with) Let’s
What: Webinar sponsored by Indiana State Library (counts for 1 LEU) Date: October 23, 2018, online Slides: Click here to access the webinar slides Date: 10/23/2018 Time: 11:00 AM EST Format: Adobe Connect Webinar What can you do in your library to increase physical activity in your community? Research conducted in Spring
SEPTEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER Welcome to the September 2018 newsletter of Let’s Move in Libraries. This edition includes: a) the inspirational story of a Kentucky library with walking, Tai Chi, and Yoga programs; b) new resources on how to safely promote physical activity in the library; c) opportunities for public libraries to support physical
AUGUST 2018 NEWSLETTER Welcome to the August 2018 newsletter of Let’s Move in Libraries. This edition highlights a) new research on physical activity in libraries, b) two new articles in School Library Journal on why we move in libraries, and c) a request for you to share with us waivers, policies, and
JULY 2018 NEWSLETTER Welcome to the July 2018 newsletter of Let’s Move in Libraries. This edition highlights a) our new social media presence on Instagram, b) essential new journalism on why we move in libraries, c) a new, free opportunity to launch fitness classes for older adults at your library, d) a
JUNE 2018 NEWSLETTER Welcome to the June 2018 newsletter of Let’s Move in Libraries. This edition highlights a) our new advisory board, b) a new recorded webinar on senior fitness programs, c) an opportunity to learn more about movement-based programs at ALA Annual 2018, and d) news stories featured on our social
MAY 2018 NEWSLETTER Welcome to the May 2018 newsletter of Let’s Move in Libraries. This edition highlights our new website, a new opportunity to engage with the project, our upcoming webinar, and two newly available resources. Follow Let's Move in Libraries on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date with what public libraries can do to get
BICYCLING James Hill, 2017. Book-a-Bike: Increasing Access to Physical Activity with a Library Card. In Audio Recorders to Zucchini Seeds: Building a Library of Things. Santa Barbara: Libraries Unlimited. Book-A-Bike-Chapter.pdf Libraries that “check out” bikes to the public Athens County Public Library (Ohio) – Book-A-Bike program – https://www.myacpl.org/about/bikes/ Bethlethem Area Library (Pennsylvania)