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SSYAC 2018/2019 Meeting 3 - Smithsonian Institution Libraries - Cullman Natural History (Rare Books)

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Language Arts And English +2 Age Level High School (16 to 18 years old)

Leslie Overstreet, Rare Books Curator provides an overview of the Joseph F. Cullman 3rd Library of Natural History—its significance and purpose. We'll view up to ten rare books, and Leslie will provide an overview of their significance, focusing on how art books in this library support scientific research—not just for the natural history museum scientists, but for the entire field of natural history. A discussion with the Secretary follows:

  • What role do libraries have today—how has it changed? (SIL mission to save and share our stories for future generations) 
  • Are public libraries still relevant to teens? What about high school libraries?
  • How are libraries adapting themselves to be relevant to youth and teens in a digital world?
    Sara Cardello will share examples of youth engagement through the Unstacked Museum in a Box interactive, and Chaptour Guides Program. 

Joseph F. Cullman 3rd Library of Natural History

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access

I See Wonder

Smithsonian Libraries

Rhino

Mihail Burmistrov

Smithsonian Libraries

Smithsonian Libraries

Library DOs and DON'Ts

Smithsonian Libraries

Pineapple from Birds and nature.

Smithsonian Libraries

Limosa haemastica

NMNH - Vertebrate Zoology - Birds Division

Color Standards and Color Nomenclature

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

How Red Is Dragon’s Blood?

Smithsonian Magazine

Histoire naturelle / par Buffon

Smithsonian Libraries