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One of the questions always asked on the first day back from summer break is: “What did you do this summer?” For many kids summer camp may be involved, either as a camper or as a camp counselor. Summer camp experiences can have a multitude of positive influences, such as building character, teaching independence and… Read More »
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Each year since 2010, the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (MICE) has been a showcase designed to build connections between local artists and a local audience. In addition to exhibiting artists, MICE includes workshops for both children and adults and panel discussions that delve deeper into the nuances of the medium. This year, as part of… Read More »
Posted in: Graphic Medicine
Last week I had the great pleasure to travel to Philadelphia to participate on the opening panel for this year’s MEDstudio@JEFF collaboration with Design Philadelphia. The short description of the event is that artist Tom Judd is spending a week creating a mural of 7,500 apples, with each apple representing 100 people, in order to… Read More »
This post is the second in a series about the event Teach me to fish: From instructors to teachers as science and health science librarians that was held on June 6th, 2017 at the Tower Hill Botanic Gardens in Boylston, MA. Hosted by NER’s Instructional Design Community of Interest, this day long, interactive work shop… Read More »
On June 6th, 2017 the NER hosted an event at the Tower Hill Botanic Gardens in Boylston, MA called Teach me to fish: From instructors to teachers as science and health science librarians as part of the Instructional Design Community of Interest (COI). This day long, interactive work shop was taught by Dianne N. Brown, the Social… Read More »