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Biomedicine in museums

Guide to the internet for historians — to be emulated!

By October 10, 2006No Comments

Intute, the internet service for education and research created by a consortium of UK universities, has just launched a very useful tutorial for historians to the internet. It is primarily written for general historians in the UK, but the general advices and the topics chosen can easily be transferred to other national contexts and to, e.g., medical history. It is especially useful for medical and public health students who want to write historical essays but spontaneously tend to be quite naïve in their use of internet information and sources. Intute have hundreds of similar tutorials for a large number of subjects across the disciplines. Enjoy!

Thomas Söderqvist

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