The audience for children’s literature goes far beyond ages 2-12. The words and images of these books linger in our minds long after we’ve outgrown the suggested age ranges. Below are a few favorite children’s books from the staff of the Special Collections Library, featuring titles present in our Children’s Literature Collection. Celebrate Children’s Book Week with one of these suggestions, or share your own best-loved books in the comments!
Posts on May 2016
Since Winter term is over, we wanted to pass along our list of the most popular games played in the archive during the Winter term. And since we're highlighting popularity for a whole semester, we thought we'd list the top 20 rather than just the usual top 10.
On display this week features the work of the U-M Library Student Engagement Fellows iTeam Project, led by Carrie Luke. The iTeam is developing an integrative toolkit for engagement at U-M, which focuses on filling the reflection gap before, during, and after engaged learning experiences. The screens feature the research process of the iTeam, reflections from students who have participated in various engaged learning initiatives, as well as a prototype of the toolkit in development by the iTeam.
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