By Emma Carter ~ “Where do babies come from?” Children have been asking this question for as long as humankind has populated the Earth, and
By Elizabeth Newton ~ The vast collections of the National Library of Medicine encompass a startling variety of topics and materials. I recently spent two
By Rachel James ~ I’ve spent the last year watching heart surgery in a library. I’ve been working as an intern with Sarah Eilers, who
By Sarah Owen and Sarah Eilers “Sanctuary, refuge, hospital….The doors are locked, but it’s not a prison that we enter….This is his job, his living.
By Kelsey Conway In the summer of 2014 I had the wonderful opportunity to intern with the National Library of Medicine’s History of Medicine Division.
By Alicia Yanagihara When you think of the National Library of Medicine, what comes to mind? Is it a Polynesian canoe? That definitely wasn’t my
By Courtney Jefferies Around this time of the year, many of us, including myself, are preparing to go back to school. Throughout my summer internship
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As an intern in the History of Medicine Division of the National Library of Medicine, much of what I do…
By Maureen Harlow Capturing websites and keeping copies of them for the future to represent how they looked and what they said at a certain
Sharing new projects and experiences in digital stewardship was the theme of a recent National Digital Stewardship Resident (NDSR) symposium “Emerging Trends in Digital Stewardship,”
By Shannon Lu Every year, with half the school year behind them, high school and college students begin to fret about summer plans, jobs, and
By Laura McNulty Last week, Laura McNulty, NLM Pathways Student and Kristi Davenport, NLM contract conservator, shared their research findings at a meeting of The
By Laura McNulty As an artist, May Lesser (1927-2001) seemed destined to produce works of art relating to the medical field—her father, brother, husband, and