Naxos Music Library has teamed up with Sony Classical to make their entire catalog available via streaming audio. A few hundred titles have already been added, and the remaining thousands of albums will be added continuously as part of their daily updates.
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Composition professor Michael Daugherty has a newly released recording of several of his works that is now available for check-out at the Music Library (CDISC 31699).
The University of Michigan Library has made accessible a new digital collection of maps from the Stephen S. Clark Library for Maps, Government Information and Data Services. The collection currently contains 107 digitized maps in the public domain and will be updated frequently.
The engineering librarians at the Art, Architecture & Engineering are pleased to inform you that some engineering textbooks for the Fall 2013 term are available to you in full text online through Library subscriptions.
The U of M Libraries now has a 30-day trial of BrowZine, a tablet application for browsing, reading and monitoring some of the library's journals (about 10,000 titles).
Have you discovered that the Google image search isn't all that helpful for locating images related to your academic work? The University Library produces and/or subscribes to numerous image databases.
The library has just subscribed to the Journal of Music, Technology and Education. Published by Intellect, this peer-reviewed journal explores the issues concerning the use of technology in music education. It examines pedagogy at all levels and across genres such as composition, musicology, performance and music production.
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. With permission, or if we have a license that allows it, Askwith Media Library staff can stream feature films and documentaries via an instructor's class site in CTools. 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 Fall term 2013. Please complete our Faculty Streaming Request form.