University of Michigan staff determined functional requirements for relating journal-level MARC records to article-level MARC records, and journal-level “aboutware”.
- Fast turnaround times from manuscript to finished publication
- Distribution both online and in print
- Ability to make your work available as a freely accessible Open Access publication as well as via recognized sales channels
- A robust technical infrastructure to give online publications strong search engine optimization and enable long-term preservation, making your work both easy to find and safe for the long term
- High-quality, low-cost print editions produced on demand
- Brand identification with Michigan Publishing, a recognized leader in creating the future of academic publishing and scholarly communication
- The key to advancing knowledge is sharing your scholarship as widely and as effectively as possible. Maize Books and the University of Michigan Press can help you do that.
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We invite you to take part in any or all of the events planned for the symposium,
Altmannerisms: Conversations Celebrating the Opening of the Robert Altman Archive.
The library has just subscribed to the Journal of Music, Technology and Education. Published by Intellect, this peer-reviewed journal explores the issues concerning the use of technology in music education. It examines pedagogy at all levels and across genres such as composition, musicology, performance and music production.
This annual walk-in Preservation Clinic is your opportunity to consult with U-M Library experts. Have stuff you want to keep forever but don’t know how? Books, papers, maps, photographs, LPs, or tapes? Getting worried that those digital wedding snaps won’t last to show your grandchildren?
There is an exhibition on view in the Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery about the life and work of film producer and director, Robert Altman. The exhibition was created by students in the Screen Arts and Cultures Department at the University of Michigan.
The University Library, the Bentley Historical Library, and the Center for Southeast Asian Studies are pleased to announce a four-week research fellowship for Southeast Asian scholars interested in using the research resources of the University of Michigan. Applications, available at http://ii.umich.edu/cseas/academics/libraryfellowship, are due May 31, 2013.
Will you be in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area this summer? As a reminder, University of Michigan and Eastern Michigan University (EMU) students, faculty and staff are eligible for guest borrowing privileges between these campus librarires.
The University Library encourages you to make suggestions for additions to our collections. If you would like to suggest a new book, journal, DVD, etc.
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.
Looking for a group study room? You can reserve a study room in advance via our online forms.
MLibrary staff offer many subject- and technology-related workshops throughout the year.
The University Library owns millions of pages of important content on microfilm, content which is not currently available in any other format.
Angela Davis spoke as part of the U-M 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. symposium, and the recording of her talk, "Impediments to the Dream: The Prison Industrial Complex and the Dream," is now available for viewing.
Musicology professor Jason Geary has a newly published essay titled "Converting the Pagans: Mendelssohn, Greek Tragedy, and the Christian Ethos." It appears in Mendelssohn Perspectives from Ashgate (ML 410 .M5 M59 2012).
Alexander Street Press has recently added another 647 albums (10,519 tracks) to its streaming audio resource, Classical Music Library. You can see a list of all of the new content underneath their What's New tab.
The library has just subscribed to Naxos Video Library. Naxos Video Library is a performing arts video library currently containing over 1,300 operas, ballets, documentaries, live concerts, and musical tours of historic places.
The library has just subscribed to Classical Music in Video. Classical Music in Video currently contains over 730 videos of classical music performances and masterclasses. Eventually it will expand to contain 1,000 hours of video - approximately 1,500 performances in all.
Andrew Mead, Professor of Music Theory, has a new essay titled "Time Management: Rhythm as a Formal Determinant in Certain Works of Elliott Carter." It appears in the new book from Cambridge University Press, Elliott Carter Studies (ML 410 .C3293 E68 2012).
Oboe professor Nancy Ambrose King has just released a new CD of oboe concerti performed with the Prague Chamber Orchestra.
Have you discovered that the Google image search isn't all that helpful for locating images related to your academic work? The University Library produces and/or subscribes to numerous image databases.
You can find blueprints, medical images, art images, even photos associated with today's news, in our databases. Whether you'd like to add an image to your report, lecture, presentation or poster, you will likely find a good source using the library's image databaess. And check out the library's helpful research guide to learn more about these unique resources.