All posts by Lika Balenovich

Bike to The Library


When: September 26, 2015

As part of our upcoming course on Climate Change Policy & Public Health, we are encouraging you to bike to your neighborhood library. We would like to thank Bike Benefits and Planet Bike of Madison for their support, along with the 32 libraries that are participating (listed below).

Many thanks to all bike champions at libraries all over Wisconsin — and their many patrons and supporters who understand that healthy transportation makes healthy and happy communities.

Participating Libraries:

  • Appleton Public Library
  • Brown County Library (Central Branch)
  • Caestecker Public Library
  • Dodgeville Public Library
  • Delafield Public Library
  • LaCrosse County Libraries
    • F.J. Robers Library
    • Onalaska Public Library
    • Hazel Brown Leicht Memorial Library
    • John Bosshard Memorial Library
  • Holmen Area Library
  • Little Chute/Gerard H. Van Hoof Library
  • Kimberly/James J. Siebers Memorial Library
  • Karl Junginger Memorial Library
  • L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library
  • Madison Public Library Branches
    • Central Library
    • Alicia Ashman Library
    • Goodman South Madison Library
    • Hawthorne Library
    • Lakeview Library
    • Meadowview Library
    • Monroe Street Library
    • Pinney Library
    • Sequoya Library
  • Mukwonago Community Library
  • Oregon Public Library
  • Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning
  • River Falls Public Library
  • Scandinavia Public Library
  • St. Croix Falls Public Library
  • Waterford Public Library
  • Watertown Public Library
  • Weyauwega Public Library

For additional information on this event, click here: Bike to the Library!


Building Massive Open Online Communities

About the event:
November 14th7:45am-12:15pm

Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Join UW faculty, staff, students, and campus leaders for a half day of presentations and discussion about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Learn what MOOCs are, where and how the idea originated, and how MOOCs can serve to build Massive Open Online Communities.

Over the course of the day, you will have opportunities to learn how MOOCs work and how they can become highly active spaces for learning and engagement.

This event is free and open to members of campus and the UW community. Registration is encouraged, but not required.

Link to register and view the full program:

Please feel free to drop by anytime over the course of the morning, or come to individual sessions!


Contact Info: Lika Balenovich