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Highlighting NIH Library Staff, 2014 Quarter 3

New Horizons

Mary Hash retired from government service on September 3. Mary’s high energy was put to good use as manager of the Business Office. She led the Library through several transitions over the years and staff appreciated her ability to work with multiple contractors and budgets to get things done. 1,407 more words

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Tailor Your Presentation to Fit the Culture

Fourteen years ago I moved from Chicago to Paris. The first time I ran a training session in France, I prepared thoroughly, considering how to give the most persuasive presentation possible. 1,124 more words


Speaking notes from a 5 minute presentation

A number of weeks ago I was asked to do an Ignite presentation at The Arts and Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba (“ACI”). The ACI aims to strengthens, represent and connect Manitoba’s creative communities and industries. 1,370 more words


The DNA of Perfromance

One of our practical tasks for Week 5 was to design our own example of DNA of performance, by developing a performative strategy of participation and identification with traumatic past that can “capture” the spectator, and portraying the audience as inheritor of that traumatic past. 135 more words


Presentation zen with emoji

In presentations, I find myself in a constant battle with giving the audience enough visual cues so they can absorb my messages without cramming a lot of words on slides. 83 more words



It is Techie Tuesday and I am full of new tricks, tips, and tools.  I am fresh off of attending a conference and I am ready to start sharing some great things with everyone. 157 more words


Traveling Miles

Come and hear the travel adventures and explorations of natural dye processes from around the globe.

Traveling Mile: The Art and Alchemy of Natural Dyeing Work by Bay Area Artist Kenya Miles… 119 more words