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This is the introductory blog post in a series about the 2018 Science Boot Camp for Librarians held at Brandeis University on June 13-15, 2018. In the next few weeks we will feature several individual’s reflections of the science boot camp. These are authored by people who received scholarships to attend the 2018 Science Boot… Read More »
Massachusetts Governor Charile Baker provides a video welcome to those at the First Annual Learn to Cope Conference Pillman: Exhibit built with all of the prescription medication bottles formerly used by a man now in recovery They say knowledge is power. From what I saw and… Read More »
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With summer break on the horizon, the question becomes what can I do with my kids that is entertaining and keeps their curiosity? The answer is citizen science. This is where data collection and/or analysis is distributed to members of the public – kids, adults – collect the data. Or on rainy days, data, such… Read More »
Learning about a new health topic can be hard. It can feel overwhelming and impersonal. But Graphic Medicine can help. Graphic Medicine is comic books and graphic novels that tell personal stories of health and wellness. The visual format makes the information easier to understand and digest. By reading the author or illustrator’s personal story,… Read More »
Kamau learns what it’s like to be blind She is a top model and has muscular dystrophy Reducing Health Disparities Among VIPs and Other Minority Groups was the title of the NNLM NER funded grant project implemented by Visions Consulting in Year 1. Visually-impaired attorney, Liz Myska and business partner Jack Peacock are… Read More »