All of the work displayed on this page is the result of countless hours of effort by more than a dozen people displayed in the slider below. To learn more about the people who created the Rural Library Service & Social Wellbeing Project, the Evidence-Based No Rules Tools, and advisors and reviewers that make it all better, visit our Project Teams page.
To build pathways with your community toward positive social wellbeing outcomes, we first have to agree on a set of definitions and principles:
“Evidence Based No Rules Tools” are not prescriptions for specific programs or services. They are a set of actions one can take to become awake to the uniqueness of their own community, and processes to utilize those unique qualities to improve local wellbeing.
Yes, books are fantastic and open up so many doors but we can also help push people along in learning new ideas, skills and thoughts. We have such an important and exciting job since WE can help open up an entirely new idea or world to someone and change their life!
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This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (grant record: RE-96-18-0134-18). The views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed here do not necessarily represent those of the Institute
of Museum and Library Services.