The History of Vaccine provides continually updated to provide a compelling history of vaccine development as well as cutting edge technologies in vaccine development and delivery.
Site content can be found through either topics or audience types.
- The topics include Timelines and a Gallery of over 400 related images. The Articles range from vaccine science to vaccine information to the history of vaccines. Activities provide self-paced active learning opportunities about the past, present, and future of vaccines and infectious diseases.
- Audience types include Parents and Educators. While there is no student link, students could benefit by going to the Educator, Article, and Activities links. This Web site is written at about a high school or early college level.
A stretch…when it comes to health/medical Web sites…however, it seems to be of historical interest to professionals and others in the area of nutrition
- We are pleased to announce that the United States Library of Congress has selected the Feeding America web site for inclusion in its historic collections of Internet materials. We share the Library Congress’ vision for preserving Internet materials and are excited to make this collection available for their web archiving program (see more athttp://www.loc.gov/webarchiving/faq.html).
Per the agreement, the Library of Congress shall make the Feeding America collection
available to researchers both onsite at Library facilities and though the Library’s public Web
site http://www.loc.gov/webarchiving/. [Editor note: Not yet available online (Oct 12,2010)]
- An interview with Peter Berg on the project was featured onRecipes Cookbook at FastRecipes
- Feeding America was recently featured on Chow.com inObsessives–Cookbooks
- Feeding America was recently selected by The Collectors Weekly for their Hall of Fame best collector sites and they have featured an interview with Peter Berg, Head of Special Collections at MSU Libraries (September 2008)
- Feeding America was featured in the February 2005 issue of ‘Gourmet: The Magazine of Good Living‘ (pg. 44)
- Video Tour : This video highlights some of the key items in the Cookery Collection as well as discusses the history of cook books in America. (Requires Real Player http://www.real.com/player/)