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Webinar: Healthy Living at the Library

In this free one-hour webinar, Noah Lenstra will cover the basics of public health theory, and show how to build healthy living into your library.

Webinar: Healthy Living at the Library

Originally presented March 25, 2020

Let's get healthy, together! Learn how you can support healthy living among both library staff and library patrons through new programs, spaces, and collections developed through community partnerships.

In this one-hour webinar, Prof. Noah Lenstra will coves the basics of public health theory, and demonstrates how it can be used to build healthy living into your library. More and more libraries support healthy living through everything from free summer meals to cooking classes to library gardens to yoga classes and even by checking out non-traditional items like bicycles and hiking backpacks. These things emerge from library staff passionate about healthy living, whose health is supported by library administration, and who have the tools and time to build and sustain community partnerships. Get the information and inspiration you need to make healthy living happen at your library!

Click below to experience this webinar as a tutorial. When you continue past the introduction to the webinar, you'll be prompted to log in. We require login to view the whole tutorial so we can provide certificates of completion for your records and for professional development credit. No purchase is required and you can create a Niche Academy account if you don't already have one. The certificate will be available for download when you have completed all sections of the tutorial.


To download the slides from Noah's presentation, click here:

Healthy Living at the Library.pptx

Healthy Living at the Library.pdf

This is one of an ongoing series of free Niche Academy Webinars 

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