International Studies will be hosting an all-day screening of foreign horror movies. Films will be featured from India, Russia, France, Brazil, and Spain. This event takes place on Thursday, October 31 from 12:00pm - 11:00pm in the Gallery. Popcorn is provided.
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The Institute for the Humanities is hosting the Publishing Practice Series to help faculty and graduate students with scholarly publishing. The Copyright for Humanists workshop will take place on Tuesday, October 29, from 12:30pm - 2:00pm. The workshop will be held in the U-M Institute for the Humanities, on 202 S Thayer, in room 1022.
The University Library has a variety of instructional offerings at all levels of research experience and for all subjects, whether you are looking for instruction for a group or for a class you teach.
"A a aA abacus" is a multi-media thesis by Corey Smith. Corey is a senior Music Composition student, and in this thesis he explores the connection between change and identity through music, performance art, dance, a monologue, and poetry. This event will take place in the Video Studio at the Duderstadt Center at 7:30 PM.
While open access literature is free to users and is generally less expensive than traditional publishing methods, it isn't always free of charge to authors, who pay article publication fees, commonly called "page charges."
The sixth annual Open Access Week starts Monday, October 21! MLibrary is hosting a series of events throughout the week to highlight public access to scholarly research. For more information and a full list of events, click here.
The Digital Media Commons is hosting a discussion on Wednesday, October 16, focused on the Leap Motion sensor and its new 3D motion control technology. Dan Gill, Head of Enterprise Sales at Leap Motion, will be present to answer questions. The discussion will take place from 3:00pm - 4:00pm, in the Duderstadt Center Room 1180.
There is a new theme table set up on the second floor in the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library across from the reference desk. The theme is "Safety and Security," so come check out and enjoy books and other resources on different subjects related to safety and security.
On Friday, October 18, from 4:00pm - 6:00pm, there will be an open house featured art and exhibits by the University of Michigan and its students. The event will take place in the Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery, the Clark Library, and Bert's Study Lounge in the Shapiro Undergraduate Library.