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!
Posts on January 2015
The Readability Test Tool can help web content creators make pages easier to read.
Check out the exhibit of Corine Vermeulen's photos from the Detroit Walk-in Portrait Studio, now at the Detroit Institute of Arts! The online portion offers a generous sampling of the portraits of community members, and includes transcripts of the individuals' thoughts about their city.
This Wednesday's watermark feature: Anchor motifs in watermarked papers from the Islamic Manuscripts Collection
The contents of this book might literally kill you.
"Now or Never": Collecting, Documenting and Photographing the Aftermath of World War I in the Middle East. This exhibit explores the role of the U-M archaeological expedition (1919-1920), led by Professor Francis Kelsey, as witnesses of the chaos and destruction in the Near East following Germany's surrender to the Entente forces on November 11, 1918.
O Juliet by Robin Maxwell is a great retelling of the Romeo and Juliet story—with a twist.
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