On display in the Shapiro Lobby this week, we have a digital exhibit from the Michigan Journal of Sustainability (MJS) titled, "Seeing Sustainability: Photos Essays, 2014-2016" that is paired with an event on Wednesday, 9/21 from 3-4pm in the Shapiro Lobby. We will also have an information table from Changing Health, Attitudes, and Actions to Recreate Girls, CHAARG on Monday, 9/19 from 10am-2pm.
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This week on the Shapiro Lobby screens, we have a digital exhibit, "Layered Places: Artists' Books by Kyoko Matsunaga", created by Maggie Johnson that was created as part of the Michigan Library Scholars Program during the summer of 2016. Maggie researched Japanese book artist Kyoko Matsunaga and created a digital exhibit of her work in our library's collection. We also have tables from Dream Corps, Brightspot, and the American Advertising Federation - UM Chapter.
Happy Labor Day and first week of classes! We welcome you back with a Library Welcome Week exhibit featuring informative slides about library, technology, community, transportation, health, and tutoring resources on campus. Additionally, Information and Technical Services (ITS) will be holding Get Connected pop-up table in the lobby from 10am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday. Bring your devices by for assistance.
This week we are showcasing work from the Michigan Library Scholar, Sheila Chan, who created the "Cultural Competence" Library Research Guide in collaboration with mentors, Scott Dennis and Alexa Pearce. The exhibit in the Shapiro Lobby showcases information featured from Sheila's "Cultural Competence" Library Research Guide.
This week, the University of Michigan website spotlights student-driven entrepreneurial initiatives. The Shapiro Lobby Team, in collaboration with innovate blue, is pleased to present a complementary digital exhibit on the Shapiro Screens. The focus is on Made in Michigan, which is innovate blue's magazine that features student ventures from the 2015-2016 academic year.
On display this week features the work of the U-M Library Student Engagement Fellows iTeam Project, led by Carrie Luke. The iTeam is developing an integrative toolkit for engagement at U-M, which focuses on filling the reflection gap before, during, and after engaged learning experiences. The screens feature the research process of the iTeam, reflections from students who have participated in various engaged learning initiatives, as well as a prototype of the toolkit in development by the iTeam.
This week we welcome CAPS and their Messages of Hope campaign on display on the digital screens. The intention of the campaign is to promote awareness about mental illness, exam time stress, and student suicide via inspirational messages spread throughout campus. CAPS will feature the physical Block M Messages of Hope Installation in the Shapiro Lobby, where students can write inspirational messages to each other on small wooden tiles, take a tile, leave a tile, hang them on the Block M, or...
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