Archive for January, 2012

New Education Titles

     For those curious about what new titles have been recently acquired for Education, a link is available to browse those titles.  Each title is then linked to its record for easy requesting/availability status.  This is a quick way to keep up with what is new for Education majors,graduate students, and faculty.    It updates automatically, […]

Graphic Novels in German!

World language teachers and BGSU students who read German will enjoy these new titles.   Fashionvictims, Trendverächter : Bildkolumnen und Minireportagen aus Berlin , Bupo Schoch – Operation “Roter Zipfel“, Der Exlibris , and Liebe schaut weg

Motivating Students to Read

From the article, “Seven Rules of Engagement” by Linda B. Gambrell in November 2011’s issue of Reading Teacher: 1.  Students are more motivated to read when the reading tasks and activities are relevant to their lives. 2.  Students are more motivated to read when they have access to a wide range of reading materials. 3.  […]

Martin Luther King, Jr Weekend Hours

    The Curriculum Resource Center will be closed Saturday, January 14 and Sunday, January 15.  On Monday, January 16 we will be open for evening hours only, 6:00 – 10:00 PM. Wishing all of our patrons a meaningful Martin Luther King, Jr. day holiday.

I Do Not Mind You, Winter Wind

I do not mind you, winter Wind when you come whiling by, to tickle me with snowflakes drifting softly from the sky.   I do not even mind you when you nibble at my skin, scrambling over all of me attempting to get in.   But when you bowl me over and I land on […]

Welcome Back for Spring Semester

It may be called Spring Semester, but January in Ohio is most definitely winter.   In honor of this season of ice and snow this week I’m sharing some poetry from Jack Prelutsky’s book It’s Snowing! It’s Snowing!.  This title is found at JUV 811.54 P92is. Winter Signs Winter signs are everywhere, the winter winds […]

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