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Medicine on the Maumee: catch it before it folds up, then catch it again when it unfolds virtually!

Medicine on the Maumee poster

If you were too busy all semester to stop by and see the wonderful “Medicine on the Maumee” exhibit, there’s still time!  The exhibit will remain open through Friday, December 28 in Carlson Library’s Canaday Center (5th Floor).

But that’s not all!  After the physical exhibit is dismantled, it will be made permanently available as a digital experience in a virtual exhibition.  Please keep your eye on the library blogs as well as this space for future developments as this unfolds in 2013!

is Lucy Duhon is Scholarly Communications Librarian for the University Libraries. In this role she provides leadership in the libraries' scholarly communication outreach efforts and serves as a point of contact for the university community. Responsibilities include sharing current developments in issues relating to intellectual property and seeking out alternative modes of sharing and preserving research and scholarship. Ms. Duhon currently serves also as chair of the Library Faculty. Originally from New Orleans, Ms. Duhon has made Ohio her home since 1992.
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