Category: Libraries

Webinars

Introducing Research Lists

Research is the backbone of any academic pursuit—but for many students, it can be a particularly intimidating part of the learning process. Fortunately, digital technology

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When Women Didn't Count
Book

When Sexism Skews Statistics

Policeman. Fireman. Salesman. As their names suggest, these occupations have historically been associated with men. In the 21st century, our society is waking up to

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Yellow Kids Cartoon
Primary Source

Fake News and Newspaper Wars

To help your students understand the nature of fake news (and spot misinformation themselves), give them historical context with this editorial cartoon from 1898 about

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Vietnam War protest at Pentagon
Infographic

Grave Escalation

The average age of an American soldier in Vietnam was 19. The majority of U.S. military deaths involved soldiers under the age of 22. Wars

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Elmer Davis delivering the news (ca. 1943)
Reference Article

War on the Radio

Podcasts might be the most popular way to hear news and entertainment today, but in fact, they’re a retrofitting of the world’s oldest broadcast medium:

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