The 2020 University of Michigan LSA Fall theme semester is Democracy & Debate: Speak, Act, Vote. Over the next couple of months, I'm going to post a series of blogposts showcasing some items in the Library’s collections which discuss the topics of the themed semester.
Posts by Autumn Nicole Wetli
Latinx Heritage Month is observed September 15th through October 15th. Celebrate Latinx art and culture by checking out some of the Latinx writers that can be found in our library’s electronic collections!
Start the semester off strong by checking out these library resources on how to study better, manage your time more successfully, and have a positive, productive semester! Also included are resources on self-care. It is always important to take time for yourself when needed to stay healthy!
Did you know that August is American Artist Appreciation Month? Learn about 50 American artists with help from the Library!
Check out some new ebook acquisitions to the Library's browsing collection! This post highlights some non-fiction titles.
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.
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