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Developed by the Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore, the Project SHARE curriculum aims to build high school students' skills to reduce health disparities at the personal, family and community level. The curriculum aligns with national standards and can be used in diverse settings nationwide: schools, libraries, community-based organizations, and community-academic partnerships. Access the curriculum. Read about how AHECs are using the curriculum.
Emergency Preparedness for Libraries and Communities in Clinton, Essex, and Franklin Counties
The Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System (CEFLS) serves patrons, thirty public libraries, and three reading centers in Northeastern New York. CEFLS helped individual libraries creating disaster plans and created created 2 tablet kiosks that travel throughout the system with emergency preparedness information. The topics for the kiosks focus on emergencies most likely encountered in the Adirondack region. The kiosk resources are available online.