This year I had the pleasure of working on a Summer Technology Exploration Grant with Professor Page Laughlin. We explored the use of the iPad2 as a tool for teaching painting. We looked at various software applications and styli (or styluses) for painting and explored how the iPad2 could be successfully incorporated into a painting... more ›
During October 2011
some people do not realize that the 7th floor is a quiet floor. please put up signs We did put up signs last week on the 7th floor, in response to a user request. We will take another look.
This week we addressed Learning Styles. It’s a topic that I’ve grown more fond of over time. The major controversy amongst folks in higher ed is “should you adapt your teaching to learning styles?” Some research suggests it doesn’t make a big difference. Some suggests it really does. Some faculty will point out that once... more ›
This post is also available on the Library Gazette. The Max and Gertrude Hoffmann Music Manuscript Collection is finally complete and available for use. With 170 titles represented in various levels of completion, we anticipate this collection to be a delight to musicians, composers, and anyone interested in vaudeville orchestration. These music manuscripts are only... more ›
The Max and Gertrude Hoffmann Music Manuscript Collection is finally complete and available for use. With 170 titles represented in various levels of completion, we anticipate this collection to be a delight to musicians, composers, and anyone interested in vaudeville orchestration. These music manuscripts are only a portion of the larger Max and Gertrude Hoffmann... more ›
This fall, I worked with Dr. Lynn Neal again in her class on Sects and Cults (Religion 266). We did this two years ago, and had a few minor complaints. This year, we met as a group and discussed what happened before and the entire class conscientiously attempted to be less provocative in terms of... more ›
The man on the fourth floor (was not able to get his name unfortunately) was absolutely phenomenal and went above and beyond in helping me print my 28 page handout when I only had payment in change. Thanks again! Thanks for the feedback. We love that man on the fourth floor!
Can you put up signs on the 7th floor saying that it is a quiet study area? There were a couple last year, but now there aren't, and people have been very disruptive. We will do so right away. Thanks for letting us know.
This afternoon I had the joy of viewing a few of the Documentary Film Program’s first year students’ works. Cindy Hill, Associate Director of the DFP, welcomed her students, then thanked the library for the auditorium. After each film, the faculty critiqued each piece. Among the faculty was Peter Gilbert, award-winning producer, director and cinematographer,... more ›
The Society of American Archivists states: “October is American Archives Month-an opportunity to raise awareness about the value of archives and archivists. There is strength in numbers, and our collective voice can be more powerful than individual voices when we set aside time each year to celebrate our collections.” In an effort to localize and... more ›
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