Instruction is in full swing this fall semester! We gave 27 presentations in October alone for 527 participants. Here’s a small sampling of our instruction for the month!
Posts on October 2017
Asia Library will hold a Korean Data Services Workshop in November.
Ancient Roman detective Marcus Didius Falco travels to Germany on a mission for the Emperor Vespasian, to discover what happened to a missing general and to negotiate peace with a powerful Druid priestess. The emperor's son Titus wants Falco out of the way because he has his eye on Falco's girlfriend Helena Justina. Is the barber who Titus sent along with Falco really an assassin? And will Falco have to give up Helena for the good of Rome? Unlike other books in the series, this is...
We have a couple of new book displays set up in the lobby on the 2nd floor of the Duderstadt Center. To celebrate Halloween, we have a "Things That Go Bump in the Night" display to show off some of our spookier graphic novel and art books. We also have a new graphic novels display highlighting Disney characters and stories.
A professor teaching a class this semester that frequently meets in the CVGA has been making good use of our Assassin's Creed games in his class, so we've decided to fill in our collection, purchasing some Assassin's Creed titles that haven't been as highly requested in the CVGA, but still add to the series.
Daniela Stockmann, Professor of Digital Politics and Media at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, will be the next speaker in the Deep Dive into Digital and Data Methods for Chinese Studies series, October 26-27.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are displaying an exhibit for Coming Out Week 2017 from the Spectrum Center. We are also hosting information tables for MI Libraries for Life and the scary October book display.
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