Global engagement is an integral part of the educational experience at the University of Michigan. The University Library is not only a place for research but also a central hub where students share their work and make connections.
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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.
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.
The Library now provides access to RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales/International Inventory of Musical Sources) via the open-access version of this database provided by RISM rather than the EBSCO version to which we previously subscribed.
On December 1st, take part in Giving Blueday, the university’s 24-hour day of giving—a day for everyone who loves Michigan to join together and make great things happen. Your gift to the library on Giving Blueday can further the library's efforts to preserve the past and create the future.
“Open Access” to information – the free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research, and the right to use and re-use those results as you need – has the power to transform the way research and scientific inquiry are conducted.
Celebrate Open Access Week by joining us for one or all of these events:
IPA Source will be temporarily unavailable for approximately 24 hours beginning this Friday, October 3 at 2 am Eastern time for scheduled site maintenance.
Join in the celebration of the bicentennial of the U.S. National Anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner" (1814-2014).