At the beginning of every year, we like to look back at which games were most popular over the course of the previous year. Some games, like the FIFA series and Super Smash Bros., remain relatively constant in popularity over the years, while others are surprise hits. Here are our most popular games for 2019, all of which were played at least 50 times over the course of the year.
Posts on January 2020
How do we begin applying a critical lens towards assessing library instruction? Recently U-M Library Instructor College and the The Feminist Pedagogy Reading Group discussed Maria Accardi’s book chapter "Teaching Against the Grain: Critical Assessment in the Library Classroom."
Making led cat ear attachments for headphones which change light color based off the pitch of sound being heard.
Asia Library has a number of exciting projects and events in store for 2020.
On Friday, October 11th, U-M Library held a mini book making workshop in Design Lab Pie Space hosted by Ben Denzer, author of the Cheese Book. The workshop taught participants book binding using the perfect binding method and I left having made my own soft-cover book.
The University Library’s digital collections, encompassing more than 300 collections with over a million items, are now discoverable through the library’s Articles discovery tool, powered by Summon. Read on to learn about searching this trove of images and text, and how to add it to your library’s Summon instance.
The Special Collections Research Center is pleased to announce the new exhibit Dear Stranger: Diaries for the Public and Private Self. Join us to celebrate the power of personal writing at the exhibit opening and journaling workshop on Tuesday, January 21.
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