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What We’re Reading: March 17, 2011 Edition

AHA Staff | Mar 17, 2011

NPR mug shotsIn the news this week, the National Library of Medicine announces its student volunteer internship program, teachers add over 1,700 activities in six months to the National Archives DocsTeach site, and the Hagley Museum and Library has digitized Enron documents. Then, read about the benefits of peer review, an interview with Robert Darnton on the Digital Public Library of America, and what conference goers want out of a mobile app. Finally, look back at the first electric car, learn about changes in remembering the Civil War in Charleston, hear the story behind old Australian mug shots, and travel back to 1900s Europe.



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Contributors: Miriam Hauss Cunningham, Elisabeth Grant, Vernon Horn, Matthew Keough and Robert B. Townsend

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