iPres 2018 in Boston releases the initial call for contributions.
Posts on December 2017
As a Library Environments Support Team member-- everything I do, centers around delighting the students and faculty and creating environments conducive to sharing, learning, growing, and accessibility. From observing how many people use the book drop box, to helping to create a workshop dedicated to having students envision their perfect “Library of the Future.”
Still trying to figure out your Winter class schedule? We may not have a fully devoted video games studies program at present, but there are a number of classes available to study video games next term. Try one of them to round out your schedule! Use the links below to see a full class description of each class listed.
Written by leading authorities in their given fields, each volume in Oxford University Press' What Everyone Needs to Know(tm) series offers a balanced and authoritative primer on complex current event issues and countries.
Happening This Week: Lights, Camera, Austen: The screen adaptations of Jane Austen at Ann Arbor District Library
Please join us on Wednesday, December 13th from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Ann Arbor District Library (Westgate Branch - West Side Room) for Lights, Camera, Austen: The screen adaptations of Jane Austen.
Resident Paris Hsu reflects on a presentation by Kate Starbird entitled "Online rumors, conspiracy theories and disinformation in the context of crisis response."
Citizen Lab Library Resident for the Shapiro Design Lab, Stephanie Dooper, discusses how the elements of design thinking has aided her research and enabled her to transform her teams findings into podcasts and blogs.
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