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Scientific Writing Resource

Motivated by scientists' reputation for ineffective writing and convinced that writing skills are beneficial to science careers and the community at large, Duke University's Scientific Writing Resource aims to shrink "the gap between the public and academy," through improved writing skills. The resource, which is intended for graduate-level students, hones writing skills through three lessons:...

https://cgi.duke.edu/web/sciwriting/index.php
Stories of Our City

"Real stories from real people around the world," make up the foundation of Stories of Our City. The resource is on a mission to collect and share these stories "in an effort to cultivate community and global understanding." The narratives featured on the site are encapsulated in short podcast-styled episodes (usually around 10 minutes in length). Readers can find the episodes on Apple Podcasts,...

https://www.storiesofourcity.org/
Children's Book-A-Day Almanac

Curated by book enthusiast, editor, and publisher Anita Silvey, Children's Book Almanac is a "daily love letter to a book or author." Reminiscent of a daily tear-away calendar, the website highlights and reviews a children's book each day of the year. In addition to the brief book review, features include an excerpt from the book and Silvey's personal thoughts on her selection, which may include...

http://childrensbookalmanac.com/
Queer Digital History

The Queer Digital History Project (QDHP) is "an ongoing effort to document pre-2010 LGBTQ digital spaces online." The website is maintained by Avery Dame-Griff (Lecturer of Communication Studies at Gonzaga University), who recognized that as our technological world evolved, many of the "ad-hoc spaces" created by and for the LGBTQ community became under-recognized. In response, the QDHP launched...

http://queerdigital.com/
The Road to Apollo: An Interactive Journey

Perhaps you have heard the expression "chasing the sun," but what about "chasing the moon?" Thanks to The Road to Apollo: An Interactive Journey you can do just that. This resource is an extension of PBS's American Experience and offers a companion to a three-part film produced by Robert Stone that premiered on July 8, 2019. Viewers are invited right into the action, clicking through informative...

https://ctm.americanexperience.org/