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In Spring 2018, Aman and Richard presented a monthly "Evaluating Health Websites and Apps" workshop at the Free Library of Philadelphia, Blanche Nixon Cobbs Creek Branch, in partnership with the Sayre Health Center. In the "Evaluating Health Websites & Apps" workshop, learn how to find websites and apps that have good health information. This workshop is geared towards adults interested in learning how to evaluate online health information. The Penn Libraries offers this workshop upon request to Penn students, staff, and faculty; public libraries; and non-profit organizations in the City of Philadelphia. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.