The mission of the University of Michigan Library’s Computer and Video Game Archive (CVGA) is to preserve and provide access to games for current and future study and research. In a world where digital games are becoming more prevalent than physical games, preserving these digital games can be a challenge. The CVGA recently received special funding from the library to purchase a large number (approx. 180) of games from Limited Run Games, a "publisher of limited run physical games for...
Posts on February 2020
March is Women’s History Month and to celebrate the Shapiro Lobby display highlights books written by, and about, women of color activists!
I love my new role in the design lab to create laptop stickes with our vinyl cutting machine and help friends to become independent sticker makers.
As an Industrial & Operations Engineering student, I enjoyed learning operations management knowledge from Eddie Davila’s LinkedIn Learning Course and hope to improve upon the Shapiro Design Lab in an operations standpoint for the future.
February is Black History Month. It's been awhile since I've done a rec post, so I decided to cover some classic black authors that you should check out this month. This is far from a complete list of all the authors and books I could have included. So without further ado, here are some recommendations of books written by black authors about black experiences.
Join us on Monday, Feb. 24th at noon in the Materials Collection (AAEL 2nd Floor) to hear about the research of Prof. Brian Love (MSE). He will speak about his research on extracting fibrous plant residues from agricultural biomasses, such as coffee, to make other continuous fibers.
Through Mari Katayama of Stamps Speaker Series and the accessibility team at the Shapiro Design Lab, I learned how to bring changes within my own passions to make the university more accessible through design.
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