Learning/Education Resources

Physical exercise during the shelter in place mandate is crucial to help keep your body healthy, but it’s also just as important to exercise our minds! The monotony of the day to day can make this challenging but use the links below to stimulate your mind and learn something new every day.

National Geographic Channel on YouTube: Visit the National Geographic Channel on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/user/NationalGeographic) for educational videos all different aspects of our world.

How to write your own life story - Link https://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/the-new-way-to-write-your-life-story-the-10-themes-of-legacy-writing

How to make and break habits - Link https://youtu.be/-moW9jvvMr4

10 ways to Declutter and Get organized - https://youtu.be/qf7mDf5PGzo

Ted Talks: www.ted.com   Short, powerful talks on a variety of different topics. Guaranteed to make you think!

Learn a new Language: www.duolingo.com or in the app store on your phone.

Stanford Free Online Courses: https://www.classcentral.com/university/stanford 

Senior Planet: Learn all you Can: Free online courses: https://seniorplanet.org/learn-all-you-can-free-online-courses/


Check out what the San Anselmo Library has to offer: https://www.townofsananselmo.org/133/Library 

BookTube - Author interviews

                1. Search YouTube by author name

OR           2. Select Explore button on YouTube. Select Learning button. BookTube is at the top of the list of categories.

Audible.com: Download audible books to listen to from your phone, computer or tablet. Play the book by downloading the audible app from the app store on your phone or tablet. Books stay in your library. Monthly fee, but one free book credit offered per month. www.audible.com

Are you interested in learning more and furthering your education? The following link has great resources for seniors and life-long learners. https://www.seniorliving.org/research/seniors-online-tuition-discounts/