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The University Library is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014-2015 U-M Library Undergraduate Research Award. Each year, the U-M Library conducts a research award competition to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary academic achievements of our undergraduate students. The award is given to students who demonstrate excellence in
Join us for any or all of the symposium,
Wellespring: A Centenary Celebration of the Inexhaustible Inspiration of Orson Welles
Maverick filmmaker and actor Orson Welles, director of what many consider the greatest film of all time, Citizen Kane, is the subject of this symposium in celebration of his centenary. Family members and colleagues, scholars, archivists and students come together to discuss his lasting impact and showcase the five Welles archive collections housed at the U-M Library in Special Collections.
Global Information Week provides events and a venue for students to reflect on globalization and its effect on their lives. The University Library is not only a place for research but also a central hub where students share their work and make connections.
Do you speak a foreign language?
Want to build your portfolio of globally-oriented projects? Enhance your project management skills?
Develop expert research skills?
The Espresso Book Machine in the Shapiro Library can print, bind, and trim a book in minutes. Find out how faculty and students are using it.
While it's a great tool for faculty, the Espresso Book Machine is available for use by anyone and the cost is minimal.
Join us for any or all of the exhibits and events in this series built around engaged learning. All sessions are free and open to the public.
Unless otherwise noted, all exhibits and events are held in the first floor Gallery of the Hatcher Graduate Library, 913 South University Ave., Ann Arbor.
The lawsuit brought by the Author’s Guild alleging copyright infringement by the University of Michigan and additional HathiTrust institutions came to a formal conclusion on January 6. Earlier federal district and appeals court rulings upheld the library’s digitization and limited use of the copyrighted works in its collection.