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Review : Field Notes on Science & Nature - Field Book Project

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Wednesday, 25 January 2012

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Dan

I can assure you that many family members see these as the gifts that they are; the chance to peer into the mind of the discover and build an emotional response to a discovery. With field notes we can construct a personal connection to the researcher in a way that by studying only refined pedagogy we would not.

Anna

After working on the field book project I now have a tendency to point out field books in television and movies we watch at home. I'm not sure my family appreciates them the way we do.

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Field Book Project Website

The Field Book Project is an initiative to increase accessibility to field book content that documents natural history. Through ongoing partnerships within and beyond the Smithsonian Institution, the Project is making field books easier to find and available in a digital format for current research, as well as inspiring new ways of utilizing these rich information resources.
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