Scholars from Singapore and Taiwan to discuss the DocuSky platform (developed by National Taiwan University) and its use in research projects on Chinese religion.
Posts on November 2018
On October 21, 2018, the U-M Library launched a new version of the Online Exhibits site. Our exhibits run on the Omeka platform (classic version 2.6.1), a free, open-source content management system for online digital collections.
Join us on Tuesday, November 13 for the next Special Collections After Hours event! Stop by the 6th floor of Hatcher (South) any time between 4–7 p.m. for a taste of some of the highlights from the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive.
Amy Meyerson's first novel, The Bookshop of Yesterdays explores family secrets and the difficultly of running a profitable book store.
As part of our 10th anniversary, we're pleased to share with you a timeline of events and milestones that have shaped and highlighted our collection and services over the years. Also, a reminder that we will be having a party on Friday, November 16th from 3-5pm in the Duderstadt Center basement area (just outside the archive space) to continue the celebrations.
Join the Special Collections Research Center on Monday 12th November at 4.30 in the Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery for the opening of the exhibit "Written Culture of Christian Egypt: Coptic Manuscripts from the University of Michigan Collection" guest curated by Dr. Frank Feder and Dr. Alin Suciu from the Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities
One would be hard pressed to avoid hearing about artificial intelligence (AI) in the news. It’s everywhere: from AlphaGo, the new world champion of the board game Go, to Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement on framing AI as the core technology of Facebook. With all of this buzz, what actually is artificial intelligence?
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