Noah Lenstra

Noah Lenstra is an assistant professor of Library and Information Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science. His research and teaching interests focus on community engagement in libraries and archives, as well as cultural heritage informatics, digital literacy, and health and wellness. His website is http://www.noahlenstra.com/.

There are 4 included publications by Noah Lenstra :

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The Community-Based Information Infrastructure of Older Adult Digital Learning: A Study of Public Libraries and Senior Centers in a Medium-sized City in the USA 2017 9 In the United States of America, senior centers and public libraries are ubiquitous socialinstitutions found in virtually every municipality. This article analyses these institutions ascommunity-based information infrastructure in the digital learnin...
Cyberorganizing Everyday Heritage in and around Public Libraries: An Exploratory Study in Illinois 2014 28 Trends from both within and without public librarianship create new opportunities for libraries to serve the public’s interest in heritage information. Based on a workshop series in Illinois, this article presents exploratory findings on existing pub...
Let’s Move! Fitness Programming in Public Libraries 2017 11 Public libraries increasingly offer fitness programming, which includes yoga, running groups, and story times that involve exercise. This article assesses this trend by 1) analyzing the social forces that have led this programming to increase and 2) ...
Research note: Measuring the globalization of knowledge: The case of community informatics 2013 25 Freely accessible online, with a wide set of authors and a wider readership, First Monday can be seen as striving for global knowledge on the social aspects of the Internet. In a meta–analysis now underway, we found First Monday to be the third most ...