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David Carter is moving over to different assignments in the library so the liaison librarian assignments for the College of Engineering departments will be shared between Sara Samuel, Paul Grochowski and Leena Lalwani.
Welcome, Class of 2017! On Sunday, September 1 from 4-6 PM a Party for your Mind will take over the first floor of the Shapiro Undergraduate Library. There will be: free pizza * prizes * video games on the big screens * book making * palm reading * green screen * photo booth * button making * free pizza!
Staff at the University of Michigan refined plans for storing data that will enable linking between records for individual articles in the HathiTrust catalog, the fulltext view of articles in the HathiTrust PageTurner, a journal-level record for articles in the HathiTrust catalog, and information about the journal in the HathiTrust Collection Builder app
Ed Sarath, Professor of Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation, has recently published the book Improvisation, Creativity, and Consciousness: Jazz as Integral Template for Music, Education, and Society (call number ML 3838 .S19 2013).
University of Michigan staff presented on mPach’s publication and preservation model in separate sessions with staff from the Texas A&M University Library, University Press, and Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP). Michigan and IODP staff discussed possible uses of mPach by IODP.
MLibrary offers workshops throughout the year to help you learn software and other skills such as presentation creation and copyright basics.
The University of Michigan Library is pleased to announce the winners of the 2012-2013 MLibrary Undergraduate Student Research Award. In this third year of the award, the committee received fifty applications drawn from a full range of disciplines: humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, and engineering.
June 21, 2013 at the Hatcher Graduate Library (map)
MLibrary, in cooperation with the Ann Arbor District Library, Kids Read Comics and the Ann Arbor Book Festival, presents a special KRCC Pre-Conference for Librarians, Educators, and Cartoonists! Come warm yourself up for the fun events at the Kids Read Comics Celebration by participating in some panels and hands-on workshops. Librarians will get resources on how to build and maintain their collections; Educators will learn how to incorporate comics into their curriculum; and Cartoonists will learn new ways to work with these two groups to better advocate for their medium!