This meeting is for librarians and library workers who work in public libraries in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
The first half will include a presentation on Region 6 of NNLM and how we can help public libraries meet the health information needs of their communities. The second half will include time for questions, suggestions, feedback, and brainstorming on health-related topics, webinars, resources, and other services public libraries in Region 6 might be interested in.
- 20-minute presentation
- 25-minute discussion and Q&A
Please join us for a public library connection meeting. This meeting aims to bring together public library professionals like you who are dedicated to serving their communities and meeting the health information needs of library patrons.
The event will be divided into two halves to provide valuable insights and interactive discussions. In the first half, Bobbi Newman of Region 6 of NNLM will share how we support public libraries in meeting the health information needs of their communities.
We will dedicate 25 minutes to open dialogue and brainstorming during the second half. This is your chance to ask questions, provide suggestions, share feedback, and participate in brainstorming sessions on health-related topics. We want to hear directly from you, the librarians, and the library staff about the health information webinars, resources, and other services that would benefit your public libraries.
Join us to collaborate with fellow library professionals and shape the future of health-related services in your public libraries. We look forward to your participation in this engaging event!
Familiarize public libraries in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin with offerings from NNLM, including:
- no cost training
- evidence-based resources
- funding for health programs
Hear from librarians and library staff in public libraries what health-related topics, webinars, resources, and other services they might be interested in.
You agree to the NNLM Code of Conduct by registering for this class.