University Library

August 2022

University Library Announces Photography Event in November

University Library and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion will host "Light Color Culture, Photography by Gregory E. Rust," a book talk and signing by retired Xavier University photographer Greg Rust on Thursday, November 3 from 4-5pm on the first floor of McDonald Library. Rust’s new book features images from Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Ghana, Guatemala, Ireland, Italy, Nepal, Nicaragua, Peru, and Puerto Rico as well as Native American communities in Montana and New Mexico. All are welcome. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.


August 2022 Library Resource of the Month

No matter the subject, the Faculty Resource and Makerspace for Education sections of the Makerspace LibGuide might spark exciting new ideas for your curriculum.

University Library’s August Resource of the Month, the Makerspace LibGuide, offers examples of how Makerspace projects can enhance your teaching. The LibGuide also explains the theories and practices behind the makerspace movement in education. Students learn by making tangible objects through authentic, real-life learning opportunities that allow for a guided, collaborative process, which incorporates peer feedback.

To learn more about the Makerspace’s tools and how to incorporate the Makerspace into your curriculum, please contact Leslie Whitford, Digital Initiatives Librarian.

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