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The first one was ten years ago. Scientists were trying to engage American students in community events so that they would learn what science has taught us about drug use and addiction. The National Institute on Drug Abuse or better known as NIDA was the sole organization involved with… Read More »
April is Citizen Science Month. The NNLM and Scistarter have paired up at https://scistarter.org/nlm to bring Citizen Science Projects to your library and your home. There many projects that can be done outside while practicing social distancing or in the home. When taking a walk maybe you would want to be a part of… Read More »
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“Ultimately, we expect we will see community spread in this country.” Dr. Nancy Messonnier stated at a news conference about COVID-19 given on Tuesday 2/25/2020. Dr. Messonnier is the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. For this month’s blog post I had hoped to… Read More »
This is a guest blog post from Elissa C. Cadillic, the Training Coordinator at Boston Public Library. Elissa received a professional development award to attend the Public Library Association (PLA) Meeting in Nashville, TN February 25-29, 2020. Thanks to a professional development grant from NNLM, I was able to attend PLA 2020. While I’ve been… Read More »
Whether it’s a snow day, summer vacation or kids are home sick, having educational materials ready can help keep the whole family busy. Below are science and health resources to engage kids and help them continue to learn even when they’re not in the classroom. NNLM Middle Atlantic Region has curated resources for K-12 students… Read More »
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