An exhibit featuring books and broadsides printed over the last 25 years by artist Lynne Avadenka at her one-woman press, Land Marks Press. Her work demonstrates great skill in merging the visual and textual in small-press runs using fine paper, binding, and printing.
The University Library provides a service to stream complete films in support of instruction. Streaming video is a method to deliver video content to computers desktops, without downloading that content. Depending on whether permission or a streaming license is available, Askwith Media Library staff can stream feature films and documentaries via an instructor's class CTools site. This delivery mechanism allows instructors to efficiently "reserve" films for course-related use, and allows students to view required films outside of class time.
To find out more about our list of licensed films and our growing collection of online video products, please see our Library Digital Films Service guide.
A special note to instructors: We are taking your streaming film requests now for Spring/Summer term 2013. Please complete our Faculty Streaming Request form.
Staff at the University of Michigan made architectural and procedural decisions related to the creation, storage, and revision of “aboutware” (information about editorial boards, submission policies, etc.) for journals deposited via mPach.
Congratulations Graduates! As you wrap up your academic career in Ann Arbor, we'd like to share some library-related information with you. Information about library services for alumni can be found at: http://www.lib.umich.edu/services-alumni
The University of Michigan Library is one of the outstanding research libraries in the country. Our extraordinary collections include more than 8.5 million volumes and ranges from papyri to maps to rare anarchist pamphlets to thousands of online resources. Our collection has been amassed over more than 150 years to provide vast resources that support the scholarly enterprise.
Open education is about sharing, reducing barriers and increasing access in education. It includes free and open access to platforms, to tools and to resources in education (such as learning materials, course materials, videos of lectures, assessment tools, research, study groups, textbooks, etc.).
Staff at the University of Michigan met to discuss possible changes to the HathiTrust PageTurner, item-level search, and item-level search results to accommodate materials submitted via mPach. Staff began working with sample analytic MARC records and METS objects to determine the scope of anticipated changes.
Staff at the University of Michigan revised the list of modules for mPach, to reflect recent changes in the planned system architecture. An extensive conceptual workflow for ingest of an mPach Submission Information Package into HathiTrust has been devised and will be finalized soon.