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.
Free Promotional Materials and Resources
All of Us Presentation Slides
Use this slide deck in public presentations to build awareness in your community about All of Us and MedlinePlus, the National Library of Medicine’s online health information resource for patients and their families and friends.
MedlinePlus Digital Display Slides
Use this slide deck on digital displays or TVs in your library to promote All of Us and MedlinePlus, the National Library of Medicine’s online health information resource for patients and their families and friends.
All of Us Bookmarks, Posters, Brochures and Flyers
Download, print, display and use these materials that feature All of Us during events or program activities in your library. Materials are available in English, with some also available in Spanish and other languages.
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.
All our Voices StoryCorps Toolkit
Use this toolkit to help your community members record, share, and preserve their health and wellness stories as part of an engaging program about health, well-being, and the importance of participating in biomedical research.
Cervical Health Awareness Month Toolkit
January is Cervical and Thyroid Health Awareness Month. This toolkit includes icons, infographics and a one-page information guide that you can use in online promotions to create awareness for cervical health.
Thyroid Health Awareness Month Toolkit
The NNLM All of Us Program Center (NAPC) hosts a growing collecting of online activities, programs and resources that you can use to share and celebrate health, learn about prevention, and raise awareness of health-related campaigns.
Learning Activities and Games
Download, print and use these these materials that feature All of Us and genomics during events or program activities in your library.
Diabetes Prevention – Estimating Healthy Food Portions
November is American Diabetes Month. By engaging with this brief tutorial, you will learn how to estimate healthy food portions using your hands, and how keeping a healthy weight can help to prevent type-2 diabetes. You can also share this tutorial to create awareness for diabetes prevention. This tutorial is available in English and Spanish.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Health Literacy Framework
The NNLM Health Literacy Framework is a reference tool that you can use to understand the key factors that influence individual and organizational ability to access, understand and use health information.
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.
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.
Help Us Create Something New
Do you have an idea for a program or training that would help you engage with your community around All of Us, support them in participating in research, or strengthen their health and digital literacy skills? The NAPC Idea Factory can assist you in turning your ideas into new programs and trainings, or help enhance your program planning with instructional design and evaluation.