Resources Library

Our one-stop-shop resource library offers a variety of resources for public libraries to engage with their community around All of Us, support them in participating in biomedical research, and help strengthen health and digital literacy skills.

Resources by Topic

  • Story Corps

    Participation in Biomedical Research

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    Explore Importance of Participation
  • Health Literacy

    Health Literacy

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  • Digital Literacy

    Digital Literacy

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  • Test the Waters Kit

    Community Science

    Community and Citizen Science (CCS) connects scientists and everyday people to help accelerate research and discovery. As we face global challenges, there are local ways for us to be engaged in issues affecting our community health, environmental health, human genetics, technology and innovation.

    Explore Research Literacy
  • All of Us

    All of Us Research Program

    Use these resources to build awareness about the All of Us Research Program in your community. These resources can be used actively in your programs and passively as handouts or social media posts.

    Explore All of Us Resources
  • NNLM

    NLM Resources

    The National Library of Medicine (NLM) and its outreach arm, the Network of the NLM (NNLM), provide a vast collection of free consumer health resources, trainings, and digital materials to promote access to quality health information and data.

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Free, Downloadable Materials and Resources

Learning Activities

  • COVID 19 Game

    COVID-19 Memory Game

    The COVID-19 Memory Game is an online, family-friendly activity to help you understand COVID-19 and what you can do to stay healthy and safe.

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  • Learn How to Judge a Health Claim

    Learn How to Judge a Health Claim

    By engaging with this series of seven short learning activities, you will learn a few simple rules to help you assess the trustworthiness of health information, and how to find the information you need to make health decisions.

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  • Health Literacy

    Understanding Health Equity

    This series of activities will help you understand why equality (treating everyone the same way) is not the same as equity, and how “the three D’s” (diversity, discrimination, and disparities) interact to create situations where some people are disadvantaged in ways that affect their health.

    Explore Health Equity
  • All os Us Keeps Your Information Safe

    Learn Internet Skills

    All of Us wants you to participate as a partner in our research program. Learning online skills will make it easier for you to find and use information online, and help to keep you informed and up-to-date on All of Us activities and events.

    Explore Learn Internet Skills

Program Kits and Training

  • Test the Waters Kit

    Test the Waters Family Exploration Kit

    The Test the Waters Family Exploration Kit is a fun, accessible, loanable kit that includes four family-friendly activities, and all the instructions and materials needed.

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  • NNLM

    NNLM Trainings

    The National Library of Medicine (NLM) and its outreach arm, the Network of the NLM (NNLM), provide a vast collection of free consumer health resources, trainings, and digital materials to promote access to quality health information and data.

    Explore NNLM Training
  • Teaching in Higher Education with Citizen Science

    Citizen Science Training Modules

    By engaging with these Citizen Science training modules you can learn about the basics of Citizen Science, data literacy, how to contribute and interpret data through citizen science projects, and best practices and resources to engage library users in citizen science and life-long learning.

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Create Your Own Resources

Organizations are welcome to use and adapt any of the following resources to meet the digital and health literacy needs of their community. Any use of these resources should be properly cited.

In accordance with NLM’s Logo Policy, you may not use the NIH, NLM, NNLM, or All of Us logos on any created materials.

For any published, original materials created using NNLM All of Us funds should include the following funding statement:

This resource is funded by the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under Cooperative Agreement Number U24LM014070 with the University of Iowa, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences, and the University of Pittsburgh, Health Sciences Library System.

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This page was last updated on: 03/29/23 19:29