How does one get valid data without traumatizing or alienating students and faculty in a trying time? According to this author, by taking an empathetic approach to planning and implementing an assessment project, you can minimize negative impacts to your community.
Posts on July 2020
Check out some new ebook acquisitions to the Library's browsing collection! This post highlights some non-fiction titles.
Still looking for a video game-related class to take in the Fall? This blog post lists the classes that still have open spots. We also share details about what our services will look like (as far as we know) during the Fall term.
How to add ordered metadata fields in Samvera Hyrax. Includes example code and links to actual code.
Check out some new ebook acquisitions to the Library's browsing collection! This post highlights ten fiction titles.
Protest is the right to freedom of assembly, freedom of association, and freedom of speech. It is integral to democracy. This July, learn more about the history, culture, and politics of protest in the United States.
Are you interested in learning about and promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) in game culture and the game industry? We have a few sections devoted to this very important topic on our research guide. Several of the resources listed on our guide can be accessed remotely, and we have highlighted a few here, along with the official summaries for each resource. We invite you to check them out.
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