If you’ve answered “yes”, you’ll want to participate in the UM Libraries 3rd Annual Edible Books Festival. Prizes will be awarded for “Wittiest Pun”, “Most Edible“, and “Best in Show”. Entries will be displayed in the Richter Library lobby. Around 2pm, everyone will grab forks and “eat our own words”.
Monday, April 2, 2012
Noon – 2pm
Otto G. Richter Library Lobby
To Register: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name (or team name with list of members), title of entry, and title of book inspiring entry (if applicable).
For more information visit the Edible Books Day Festival website.
Using old VHS, slides, LPs, photos, or cassettes for teaching or coursework? Convert them to a digital format in the Digital Media Lab. Assistance provided without charge for academic purposes. Personal projects are also accepted at $9.00 per hour. As always, you can learn how to reformat by asking the Media Lab staff for a free tutorial.
The Graduate Student Study room on the 2nd floor of the Richter Library is now open for use. This area features 22 private carrels for graduate student research and quiet-study. Simply check out a carrel card at the Circulation Desk, and that room is yours for the day.