On display in the Shapiro Lobby this week, we have a digital exhibit from the Michigan Journal of Sustainability (MJS) titled, "Seeing Sustainability: Photos Essays, 2014-2016" that is paired with an event on Wednesday, 9/21 from 3-4pm in the Shapiro Lobby. We will also have an information table from Changing Health, Attitudes, and Actions to Recreate Girls, CHAARG on Monday, 9/19 from 10am-2pm.
Posts on September 2016
Happy Birthday to the author of Robinson Crusoe, principal work in our Hubbard Imaginary Voyages Collection!
This week on the Shapiro Lobby screens, we have a digital exhibit, "Layered Places: Artists' Books by Kyoko Matsunaga", created by Maggie Johnson that was created as part of the Michigan Library Scholars Program during the summer of 2016. Maggie researched Japanese book artist Kyoko Matsunaga and created a digital exhibit of her work in our library's collection. We also have tables from Dream Corps, Brightspot, and the American Advertising Federation - UM Chapter.
Ever wonder which games are played the most often in the CVGA? Here's a list of popular games played this Summer that you'll definitely want to check out while you're here.
Happy Labor Day and first week of classes! We welcome you back with a Library Welcome Week exhibit featuring informative slides about library, technology, community, transportation, health, and tutoring resources on campus. Additionally, Information and Technical Services (ITS) will be holding Get Connected pop-up table in the lobby from 10am-3pm, Tuesday-Friday. Bring your devices by for assistance.
Shoes (and dancing shoes in particular) return again and again as a central motif of fairy tales - from the glass slipper that declares Cinderella to be the Prince’s ballroom crush to the red hot iron slippers in which Snow White’s evil stepmother is forced to dance till she dies. However, perhaps no fairy tale contains quite so many shoes as “The Twelve Dancing Princesses.”
Welcome back, students! To (re)accliminate you with the local area, we've set aside a few books and other resources about Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan, and the surrounding area. Enjoy!
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