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.
Posts tagged "COVID-19"
This blog post presents how the use of multiple streams of data benefited two recent U-M Library studies. For example, one recent study merged survey data, U-M human resources data, and Library document delivery data to provide a very rich picture of how diverse groups on campus use and experience the Library’s document delivery service. Some advantages of joining multiple data sources in assessment projects are discussed in the context of the two example studies.
Phenology: an opportunity for nature therapy and citizen and community science in the time of COVID-19
In the time of COVID-19, I gained an opportunity of nature therapy as a caretaker for the Nichols Arboretum, and I recommend people also document the arrival of flowers and animals or participate in outdoor citizens and community science projects to channel anxiety.