On October 21st, Instructor College hosted its first event of the 2016-2017 academic year: Liberating (Instruction) Structures, led by Diana Perpich, Educational Technologies Librarian, and Nabeela Jaffer, Application Programmer. During this workshop, participants were introduced to the concept of liberating structures and explored ways that many of the 35 liberating structures could also be applied in instruction, offering an opportunity to expand our pedagogical repertoire.
Last Friday, I was privileged to welcome students from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit to the Special Collections Library. As part of a class on exploring the book, attendees were preparing for an assignment to create a one-of-a-kind artists’ book. The instructor had asked me to find examples of unusual artists’ books with interesting structures, offering me an opportunity to explore new dimensions of Special Collections’ artists’ book holdings.
As we enter LGBT History Month this month, our reflection post shines the spotlight on a Pride exhibit from June 2016 created by our very own Women's Studies & Open Access Librarian, Meredith Kahn. This exhibit was displayed in the Shapiro Lobby during LGBT Pride Month and additional slides were included to support of victims of the Orlando shooting and those affected in the LGBTQ+ community.
Last month at the Party For Your Mind, students shared their favorite summer reads. We may be solidly in autumn now, but let's take a look back at what Wolverines read this summer!
This week is Open Access Week and the Shapiro Lobby will be featuring an Open Access Week exhibit on the digital screens. We also have information tables from University of Michigan Central Student Government, University of Michigan Central Student Government - Student Health & Safety - Sexual Health Committee, and information regarding Breast Cancer Awareness.
The Wolverine Podcast is a series of short audio narratives comprising interviews and stories about students' experiences during their first year at the University of Michigan and beyond. This series is produced by University of Michigan students who use storytelling and audio engineering to craft compelling narratives from all around campus. Each interview is an exciting peer-to-peer process in which both parties can guide the conversation. Episode one is a student interview about...
This past week, the University of Michigan Library was pleased to host the second annual Midwest Data Librarian Symposium (MDLS). The goal of the symposium was to offer librarians who work with research data in the midwest a chance to network and discuss issues in their fields.
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