The U-M Library has some great chess books for beginners and enthusiasts.
Posts on December 2014
An undergraduate science experiment gone wrong turns two roommates into enemies in this fast-paced fantasy novel.
One of the hottest trends in higher education is the flipped classroom. We all know that some trends don’t end up having much staying power, but this one seems to be here to stay. Briefly, the flipped classroom is about using 21st-century digital learning strategies in the classroom and engaging learners outside of the classroom.
We may sound playful by making a skeleton pop out from a book, but for centuries images like this one, as found in the printed page, were a serious warning of the imminence of death. For instance, these frightening illustrations were common in the published works of the seventeenth-century Jesuit preacher Jeremias Drexel.
U-M Library's Mobile Access page has been updated to include the latest art, architecture and engineering mobile interfaces and applications.
Datamart was designed to be an option for Library staff to get reports of Aleph catalog data in an easy, self-serve way. But how much are we really using it?
Here is our listed of most frequently played games in the CVGA during the month of November. FIFA dominates the list once again, with Call of Duty and Mario Kart both making a dual presence on the list. The XBOX One is getting ever more popular, mostly amongst the sports and first-person shooter crowd.
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