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Ready to Code library promotes computational thinking with FarmBot app

Published July 10, 2018 by Marijke Visser

This 20-minute slide presentation details how the Independence(Kan.)Public Library worked with youth to gain computational thinking skills through Scratch, Python and the FarmBot app, which they used to build their own FarmBot for the library garden.

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Applications open, webinars set for IMLS grant programs
Published July 6, 2018 by Shawnda Hines

The Institute of Museum and Library Services is now accepting FY 2019 proposals forNational Leadership Grants for Libraries (NLG-L)andLaura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program (LB21).New this year, IMLS is offering one application deadlinefor the two programs, which have previously each had two cycles per year. Applicants have throughSeptember 17, 2018,…

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Ready to Code with Feathered Friends
Published July 3, 2018 by Marijke Visser

The guest post below is byGovernor Mifflin (Shillington, Penn.) High SchoolLibrarian Kristin Brumbauch, a member of the Libraries Ready to Code cohort. (Check out the cohort’s newly-released betaCollectionand give us yourfeedback!) Can a coding program get youth connected with backyard nature? Absolutely! For our Libraries Ready to Code project the…

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Tell ALA how your library supports democracy, promotes civic engagement
Published July 2, 2018 by Heather Braum

The American Library Association’s Washington Office invites you to participate in a short survey to share the ways your library supports democracy and civic engagement in your community. To offer a bit of background, in 2000, ALA released a resourcefor librarians and elected leaders, highlighting numerous ways libraries were supporting…

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Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act passes the Senate
Published June 29, 2018 by Carrie Russell

At long last, the U.S. Senate passed the Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act (S. 2559) by unanimous consent in a business meeting held yesterday. Because the legislation makes modest amendments to Section 121 (“the Chafee Amendment”), the House Judiciary Committee must give their consent to the amended legislation before it goes…

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There are four types of exercise to include in your weekly routine.

Did you know that there are actually four types of exercise, all of which serve varied purposes? Everyone knows that routine exercise is very important for healthy adults for varied functions, including bone and muscle strength, weight-loss or weight maintenance, heart health and even cognitive health. But there are four different types of exercise: Aerobic (or endurance), strength, flexibility and balance.

The CDC recommends that, for healthy aging, adults 65 years or older who are generally fit and have no health conditions that limit their activity, should engage in one of three variations on exercise per week:

It's important to note that you can spread your activity into intervals as short as 10 minutes. So if you have a very busy schedule, even doing three, 10-minute aerobic exercises per day, five days per week, will be sufficient. To get you started, here are the different types of exercise, how they benefit the body and what kind of activities they entail:

Aerobic (Endurance) Exercise Aerobic exercises increase your breathing and heart rate and are the main component of overall fitness programs. They keep the circulatory system and lungs healthy, can stave off diabetes and heart disease and help you build up endurance. Some common aerobic activities include:

Aerobic (Endurance) Exercise

Strength exercises These are important for keeping your bones and muscles strong and helping older adults maintain their independence. Strength training is beneficial in reducing falls and helping you do everyday activities that require lifting, such as carrying groceries. Some examples of strength training include:

Strength exercises

Flexibility Though not part of the CDC's official recommendations for maintaining good physical health, flexibility exercises can keep your body limber and help you maintain a wide range of motion. This is important because range of motion is often limited by things like arthritis. Here are some ways to improve your flexibility:

Flexibility

Balance exercises Practicing and improving balance is important for older adults because it can strengthen the body's core and help prevent falls. Here are some good balance exercises:

Balance exercises
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