EBM and Clinical Support Librarians@UCHC

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The Friday Post #14: Singing, Dancing, A Green Duck-Person and No Cookies

Here is the Friday Post #14 for Aug 15 2008, after which I won’t be blogging for two weeks for 10 days. Between the beginning of a new academic year, instructional tasks and getting my own family members back to school… it’s a hectic time. But for a treat – I saved up a collection of non-scholarly sites and videos that haven’t much of anything to do with teaching and learning in medicine…  Enjoy!

  • No Cookies in the Library – Featuring Cookie Monster and a Stereotypical Cranky shushing Librarian

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  • The Laryngospasms (who, as far as I can determine, are all nurse-anaesthetists) sing “Breathe

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  • On my way to researching health science education sites on Second Life, I came upon this video which is from Japan, and I’ve watched it about 4 times because I like the way he dances… but if anyone can tell me what a Kappa is for in Second Life, I’d appreciate knowing!.

Kappa Dancing in SL

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Finally: Where the h— is Matt? Sponsored by a gum manufacturer, Matt has been dancing since 2003 all around the world. Lately, this guy danced his way across 5 continents, over 14 months, and here is the recently released video to prove it. His passport must look very well-used! He

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