Blog topic: Education
The first week in May marks the annual celebration of Children’s Book Week. I don’t know about you but I love to revisit old favorites or introduce a new reader to the joys that await within the pages. Why not celebrate Children’s Book Week too? Come to Cubberley Library and pick out a book to celebrate.
You can also go to http://everychildareader.net/cbw/ for additional information. There are downloadable bookmarks and activities at the site as well as a downloadable comic book.
April is National Arab-American Heritage Month and to celebrate, Cubberley Education Library has a display of books on the Arab American experience and more broadly on Islamic traditions. To find more, check out our guide to Children's books with and Islamic theme.
In Spring 2016 Anthropology Professor Krish Seetah partnered with the Stanford Libraries to develop an interactive, digital repository of 3D osteological objects to serve as the materials for his teaching.
Cubberley Education Library has a new guide on Immigrants and refugees in books for children and young adults. These books which are part of our Curriculum Collection are available to be checked out by members of the Stanford community.
How can we best make sense of the digital strands and data that comprise a 21st century life? Explore innovative solutions to this challenge and others facing both individuals in the digital age, and scholars in the cultural heritage and digital humanities sectors, at the Personal Digital Archiving (PDA) 2017 Hackathon. The Hackathon is sponsored by Stanford University Libraries and will be held from March 31 - April 1, 2017 at the Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center on the Stanford University campus.
The tree in the courtyard : looking through Anne Frank's window by Jeff Gottesfeld and illustrated by Peter McCarty tells the story of Anne Frank and her family from the point of view of a tree outside their hiding place. This deeply moving book is meant for children in grades two to four. Check out other Children's books with a Jewish theme in Cubberley Educati