Available Until 10/11/2024

Link Your Community with Health Information: Resources for Community Health Workers*

For more information or to schedule this course, please contact NNLM Training Office at nto@utah.edu . 

This course is a 5-week online course about how to evaluate online health information. The class is held in Moodle. There are 5 modules; a new module opens each week. 

Resource URL: [Pending] 

Learning Objectives

  1. Participants will list at least three ways they can evaluate health information
  2. Participants will discuss the importance of high quality health information with their peers
  3. Participants will list at least three high quality heath information resources
  4. Participants will describe how to navigate at least one of the resources to find trustworthy health information
  5. Participants will demonstrate ability to answer a health question using high quality health information resources.
  6. Participants will define health literacy
  7. Participants will describe the relationship between health literacy and the social determinants of health
  8. Participants will describe at least three tips to support the communication of health information to the public


This is a 5-week Moodle class. A new module opens each week. Participants can work at their own pace, but all work is due by the end of the 5-week period.

Week 1: Evaluating Health Information
Week 2: Navigating Trustworthy Health Information Resources
Week 3: Answer a Health Question
Week 4: Health Literacy & Social Determinants of Health
Week 5: Communicating about Health Information

MLA CE Credits: 5