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by Renée A. Torres, MLIS San Jose State University Diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI), antiracism, and social justice are buzzwords in higher education and libraries right now. However, as a new graduate from San José State University’s School of Information, I am keenly aware that library and information science (LIS) professionals must actively work toward making… Read More »
NNLM PSR recently awarded the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), for a subaward digitizing archival collections related to the early days of the AIDS epidemic in the San Francisco Bay Area with the goal of making them widely accessible to the public.
We are pleased to announce the availability of the Call for Applications (CFA) for Express Outreach Awards (up to $20k) and Outreach Mini-Awards (up to $9k)!
Neurodiversity, the concept and perspective that individuals with “atypical” behavioral traits or brain function are normal, or even exceptional, learners and thinkers, is relatively new, understudied, and misunderstood. This new resource guide aims to help users build tools and experiences that are accessible to all learners.
In light of recent events including police brutality and ensuing protests, the staff at NNLM PSR stand with the African American community. In this article, you will find resources related to African American mental health, anti-racist reading materials, cultural competency, NLM African American and race history, racism in science, and PubMed Central articles about police brutality and African American health.