Promote Community Health with the Relationship-Driven Library
Let’s Move in Libraries is an international initiative to get people of all ages and abilities on the path to health. During the month of April, Let’s Move in Libraries will host a series of online conversations on community collaboration and community health. Each conversation features 2-4 librarians sharing their experiences working collaboratively with others to promote community health. After the discussion, you’re invited to stay in the room for a half hour open conversation about that week’s topic. Each conversation takes place on a Thursday in April, 2023. Recordings will be shared on the Let’s Move in Libraries YouTube channel.
This event will also feature the launch of a Toolkit you can use to inject new energy into your health programs and partnerships.
Our goal in this event is to continue to build momentum and knowledge around the critical topic of community collaboration.
Who should participate in this event?
Cultivating the Relationship-Driven Library participants:
- Work in or with public libraries, or desire to do so
- Are committed to working collaboratively with communities for service design and delivery
- Seek both inspiration and information in a participatory learning environment
- Are eager to work with peers to support innovation
We invite you to learn and network with colleagues doing great things through community partnerships! All are welcome to this online convening.
Schedule at a Glance
- April 6 – Event kick-off and conversation on “Institutionalizing collaboration, urban perspectives”
- April 13 – Conversation on “Sparking change, Directors / Branch Manager perspectives”
- April 20 – Conversation on “Institutionalizing collaboration, small and rural perspectives”
- April 27 – Conversation on “Start where you are, early career perspectives” and event conclusion
Visit the event page to learn more about the sessions and participating library workers!
This event is part of HEAL (Healthy Eating and Active Living) at the Library, funded by the U.S. Institute of Museum & Library Services (# RE-246336-OLS-20)