U-M students, faculty and staff can now access the digital Dictionary of American Regional English (DARE), which documents English language usage variation in words, phrases, and pronunciations across the U.S.
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RIPM (Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals/Répertoire international de la presse musicale) is a resource providing access to music periodical literature from the 18th through early 20th centuries from a variety of countries. There have been two recent changes regarding RIPM.
March 18, 2014 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Art, Architecture & Engineering Library, 2nd Floor Duderstadt Center
Blueprint Literary Magazine is hosting the 2014 Celebrate Creativity Art Show in the Duderstadt Gallery from February 24 to March 18, 2014. Additionally, the Blueprint Release Event and opening reception for the show will take place in the Gallery on February 24 from 4:00 - 6:00pm.
This month's theme table focuses on all things outer space! Come check out and browse through various materials on outer space from the AAEL collection. The theme table is located on the second floor of the library.
Looking for a group study room? You can reserve a study room in advance via our online forms.
If you're interested in reserving a study room in Shapiro or in Hatcher libraries, or if you're interested in reserving one of the Shapiro Library Tech Suite rooms, place your request at least one day in advance via our online reservation system.
If you'd like to reserve a study room at the Duderstadt Center, place your request on the Duderstadt Center Room Scheduling web site.
Alexander Street Press has recently added content to four of its streaming audio and video resources.
The University Library is pleased to announce that online backfiles of additional newspapers from the U.S., Canada, and China are now available to all U-M Ann Arbor students, faculty and staff in the ProQuest Historical Newspapers database.
UM Library recently began subscribing to 2 resources that may be of interest to users at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library.
The Library welcomes suggestions from the University community for additions to our collections. If you would like to suggest a new book, journal, DVD, etc. for purchase by the Library, please fill out our purchase suggestion form. Your suggestion will be forwarded to the appropriate library subject specialist for consideration. Because we obtain new materials every day, please check the library catalog before submitting your suggestion.
While the University Library has vast collections of research materials on campus, sometimes the stuff you need is not available here. As a UM student, staff or faculty member, you can request that the Library borrow items on your behalf from other academic libraries.
Staff in the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) department quickly locate books or copies of journal articles from other libraries on your behalf, at no cost to you. If you don't find what you need in our collections (by searching the library catalog), simply complete the request form with your citation information. You will be notified when the book, journal article, etc. is ready for your use.
Questions about this service should be directed to 734-764-8584 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need help locating complete citations, please feel free to contact the Ask a Librarian service.
Alan Gosman, Professor of Music Theory, has recently edited and published, with Lewis Lockwood, Beethoven's "Eroica" Sketchbook: A Critical Edition [Call Number ML 96.4 .B4 2013].
The engineering librarians at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library are pleased to inform you that some engineering textbooks for the Winter 2014 term are available to you in full text online through Library subscriptions.
University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University (EMU) students, faculty and staff are eligible for guest borrowing privileges between these campus librarires.
The second edition of The Grove Dictionary of American Music has just been published and is now available in the Music Library (ML 101 .U6 N48 2013). Some articles are already available in Oxford Music Online, and the remainder are soon to come.