This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are featuring the exhibit “Changing the Story: Our Roles in Stopping the Spread of Fake News” designed by Learning Programs & Initiatives and the Peer Information Counseling Program (PIC). We will also be hosting the last week of the book display “Women’s Stories” as well as information tables for Beyond the Diag, Power Notes, Phi Delta Chi, and March of Dimes.
Join us at 1 pm this Thursday (30th March) in the Hatcher Library Gallery for a lecture and demonstration with papermaker and artist Radha Pandey.
When I think about my time in the design lab, I am struck by all that I have learned about the resources and fields of study at this University. I’m a School of Information undergraduate senior, and the network I am surrounded by at the Lab is the most academically diverse I have encountered in college. Every week, I meet and work with librarians, PhD students, master’s students and undergraduates in an environment where we are all equals who learn from one another.
The Audio/Moving Image Team has been digitizing audio since 2009. Read more to find out why, how, what we've done, what we're going to do, and what others are doing!
The library has resources to help prepare for the graduate or professional school application process.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are featuring the exhibit "What We Carried: A Glimpse into the Refugee Crisis" designed by the student organization Michigan Refugee Assistance Program in partnership with the Library Mini-Grant Program. We will also be hosting a poetry open reading event as well as information tables for the Library Student Engagement Ambassadors.
This past week, the Michigan Library Engagement Ambassadors went to the Hamilton Crossing Community Center for their Family Reading Night event.
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