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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 »
As libraries around the world have closed their physical doors to stop community spread of COVID-19, they have responded to the challenges of moving in-person programming to the digital space in novel and creative ways.
This year’s NNLM PSR Subwardees faced numerous obstacles on top of the regular unexpected twists and turns of special library projects. In a short amount of time, they adapted to their new realities and built lasting, accessible, impactful web-based resources.
Tags: graphic medicine
NNLM PSR staff member Jerry Kauppila writes about his experience attending the New England Graphic Medicine ComicCon and workshop, hosted by the NNLM New England Region on April 10 at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester.
Laura Kyle, Arts and Culture Exhibitions Assistant at San Diego Public Library, writes about hosting the NLM traveling exhibit, “Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived & Well-Drawn,” in July 2018. The display received heavy viewing traffic, benefiting from its proximity to the annual Comic-Con event held at the San Diego Convention Center.
NLM has announced the launch of a new traveling banner exhibition, “Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well Drawn!” A public program complementing the new exhibition will be broadcast on March 1 via NIH VideoCasting.