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Revealing Stories in Your Genes

Class Details

Overview:
The widespread availability of DNA test kits for the public allows consumers to learn new information about themselves. When customers receive the results, sometimes they receive more than details about their ancestry and potential genetic health risks – the results reveal new stories to them. In this webinar our presenters from the Pollak Library at California State University, Fullerton will discuss their successful exhibit "History in Our Genes: Human DNA" -- which examined the science and concepts behind the tests; and will share related programming presented in celebration of National DNA Day (April 25th), during the exhibit run. They will include a peek at their upcoming hosting of Politics of Yellow Fever in Alexander Hamilton’s America, a traveling exhibit from the NLM Exhibition Program . We round out the webinar with NLM resources to consider when planning DNA-related programming for your library.

Presenters:
Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS
Digital Literacy Librarian
Pollak Library
California State University, Fullerton

Robert Tomaszewski, PhD, MISt
Science & Engineering Librarian

Trish Campbell, M.A.
California State University, Fullerton
Exhibit Program Coordinator
Paulina June & George Pollak Library
Adjunct Faculty
Division of Anthropology

Recording

Date: 
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Region/Office: National
Feb 18, 2020
1:00PM - 2:00PM PT
Instructor(s):
Zoe Pettway Unno, Ph.D., MLIS, Education and Outreach Librarian
Contact:

Class Overview

Midday at the Oasis is a webinar series hosted by PSR on various topics of interest such as NLM resources, new trends in health care and librarianship, data management and other topics. Visit the Midday at the Oasis YouTube Playlist for a full list of past presentations!  

Date: Third Wednesday every other month
Time: 1-2PM (Pacific) | 2-3PM (Arizona) | 2-3PM (Mountain) | 3-4PM (Central) | 4-5PM (Eastern) | 11AM-12PM (Hawaii) | 7-8AM Thursday (Guam)