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A cartoon drawing of a girl sitting at a desk in front of a computer that has the words "news update, fake, true" written across the screen
A cartoon drawing of a girl sitting at a desk in front of a computer that has the words "news update, fake, true" written across the screen

No one wants to be a “sitting duck” for misinformation. Teach your patrons about confirmation bias with these resources.

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Person riding on skateboard on road

Teen librarian Colleen Whittall shares how she takes her teens to the skate park — with nary a book in sight.

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Three young children browsing books on a table at an outdoor event.
Blog by Jenn Carson

Mingling different age groups enables kids to learn from one another in new ways, says librarian Jenn Carson.

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Cutting board with vegetables
Blog by Noah Lenstra

Partnering with your local Extension can bring endless programming possibilities to your library.  

Children running (Photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash)
Children running (Photo by MI PHAM on Unsplash)

Teach your students about the library's resources with a competition inspired by "The Amazing Race."

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Woman rolling up yoga mat
Blog by Noah Lenstra

A study finds that partnerships were key to San Jose Public Library's successful health programs. 

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Image of people smiling toward the camera
Blog by Noah Lenstra

As long as they aren't selling anything, local businesses can be excellent partners for health programming.

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Stack of books on a table
Blog by Annie Ruefle

Overwhelmed by your book pile? School librarian Annie Ruefle shares how she conquers her reading list.