Harry Keeler was a prolific writer of strange books that some consider so bad they're good.
Discovering a new dataset always makes for an exciting time at the Clark Library and provides an excellent opportunity to experiment. We recently learned about the newest version of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Museum Universe Data File. The dataset consists of information describing over 35,000 museums throughout the United States. The dataset describes location, type of museum, rural/urban status and tax information (e.g. revenue, income) where available. There is much...
This recently acquired edition of two medical commentaries by the sixteenth-century Italian doctor, Leon Roganus Caietanus, is bound in limp vellum with bevelled boards, and the gilded edges of the text block have been expertly decorated, or gauffered, with a special tool.
Roman Murder Mystery by Derek Parker tells the true story of a murder case that was the talk of Rome in the late 17th century.
As part of a collaborative project between The University of Michigan Library and Mendeley, the Library is providing access to the Mendeley Premium product to all current University of Michigan affiliated faculty, staff, and students until March 31st, 2015.
The Recreational Reading Collection at AAEL has new books for January 2015! We have titles in suspense, fantasy, science and technology, and more. Come check them out on the second floor next to the Reference side of the desk, and let us know what you think!
The Readability Test Tool can help web content creators make pages easier to read.
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