Posts on April 2015

Singing the Antiphonary: New Online Exhibit and Event at the UMMA

From left to right: Adam Wills Begley, Noah Horn, Austin Stewart, Glenn Miller, Matthew Abernathy, and Dr. Stefano Mengozzi.

On August 26 2014, led by Dr. Stefano Mengozzi, a group of six singers recorded a selection of Gregorian chant music at the St. Thomas Apostle Catholic Church in Ann Arbor. They sang from a fifteenth-century Antiphonary from the Special Collections Library, an extraordinary manuscript copied in Venice and richly illuminated by the Italian miniaturist, Benedetto Bordon.

Inclusivity in the Learning Environment: Reflective Practices to Consider

picture of child holding an apple with an equal symbol carved into it.

Library instructional spaces are often difficult to characterize, given the unique challenges that are inherent to the work. You usually have one shot, one chance to simultaneously orient learners to the library system, successfully root them within the context of the lesson, and (by way of delivering a great session) convince them to come back to the space another time.

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