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See Jenn's profile on Amplify East, a site dedicated to recognizing women of significance in Atlantic Canada.
And check out this review of Jenn's book at Midwest Book Review.
"Thoroughly 'user friendly' in organization and presentation, Get Your Community Moving is unreservedly recommended for college and university library 'Library Science" collections, as well as community library in-service training manual for librarian instructional curriculums."
– Now Available from ALA Editions –
By helping patrons view the library in a new way, movement-based programs bring new people into libraries, help promote community health, and stimulate literacy for children and adults alike.
This book is essential reading for any programming librarian, administrator, or community coordinator looking to boost circulation stats, program numbers, literacy rates, and foster joy and wellness in their community.
Follow these links to get your copy.
Jenn in Germany Presenting on Physical Literacy
Jenn was in Berlin, DE, Thursday September 13th presenting the interactive session Get Your Community Moving: Physical Literacy Programs for All Ages as part of the Next Library Conference.
On that same day Jenn also took part in a public art project called Libraries for Democracy to promote physical literacy worldwide. Her session was broadcast live to Gaza, Palestine in a golden shipping container. To learn more about the project, please visit: www.sharedstudios.com
A webinar by Jenn Carson and Noah Lenstra in February 2018.
This is a multimodal production that includes a PowerPoint presentation, videos, handouts and some (optional) yoga stretches to get the audience into a body-positive state of mind.
Physical Literacy in the Library is a website dedicated to promoting movement-based activities as a resource for patrons.
On this site Jenn Carson, librarian, author, and yoga teacher, has gathered together the knowledge gained from years of experience working with patrons young and old to build this valuable resource for other librarians and educators.
Here can be found program models, resources, and links to her companion sites.
For more blogs go here.
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If you spend any time on social media, especially if you follow other libraries, librarians or community groups, you’ve probably heard a lot of talk about intergenerational programming. This blog looks at the benefits of mixed-age play.