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- News Sources
Recommended resources and search tips for finding news in a variety of formats. Includes how to find international newspapers, historical newspapers, articles with a particular viewpoint, how to evaluate sources, and much more.
A guide to help you find and use images and other visual resources from the University Library. Visit us at Imageworks on the 2nd floor (east side) of the Art, Architecture Engineering Library.
Other Research Guides
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- Basic Reference Resources
Handy reference resources for fast facts, bibliographic information, and citation style help. (Formerly known as the Ready Reference Shelf.)
- Graduate Library Reference Collection Resources
This guide includes information on resources typically found in the Hatcher Graduate Library reference collection.
- Genealogy Research Guide
While no specific collection of genealogical materials exists within the Hatcher Graduate Library, there are items of genealogical interest available throughout the library in various formats.
- Open Access
This research guide provides readers with a basic understanding of Open Access, which is broadly defined as content that is free to access and re-use.
This is a guide to finding reviews of a variety of cultural materials; books, film, music, theater, art.
- Finding Statistics
Find data produced by governments on a wide variety of topics including data on local communities, other countries, criminal justice, incarceration and jails
- THL Database Searching
Guides, Tutorials and Presentations offered by Taubman Health Sciences Library on Database Searching
- THL MGet It, Using Mirlyn, Deep Blue
Resources for using University Library resources (MGet It, Mirlyn, Deep Blue) from the Taubman Health Sciences Library.
- Research Funding and Grants Guide
- Funding for Students
Find scholarships, fellowships, and research grants to fund your U-M education--A guide aimed at undergraduate and graduate students
- Library Guide for International Students
New to the Library? This Guide will help you navigate the library to find books and articles, study spaces, and different ways of getting in touch with librarians and other staff for specific research and writing assistance.
- Creative Commons
Looking for images, video, music, and other content you can share, reuse, or remix? Looking to share content you created? Consider the Creative Commons licenses.
- College and University Rankings
A guide to explain and access college rankings.
- Research Data: Finding, Managing, Sharing
This guide provides information about all aspects of data management and stewardship including finding, planning, organizing, documenting, sharing, and preserving your research data.
A guide to using Mirlyn, the University of Michigan Library Catalog.
- Copyright Basics
This guide provides answers to common copyright questions.
- University of Michigan Information
Brings together numerous resources (primarily electronic) which pertain to U-M history, facts, etc.
- Obtaining Copyright Permissions
This guide explains how to obtain copyright permission particularly when using music, movies, and images.
- Undergraduate Library Reference Collection Resources
Information on reference resources selected to support undergraduate student research, papers, and projects
- Graduate Student's Guide to Publishing
Tips on how to get your work published in a variety of formats.
- Citation Help
A web guide for students who have questions about citing sources correctly.
- Computer Video Game Archive
Resources related to the Computer Video Game Archive, as well as projects and studies involving video games.
- Library of Congress (LC) Call Numbers
Explains how to read Library of Congress (LC) call numbers in the University of Michigan Library.
- Mirlyn Classic
A guide to using Mirlyn Classic, the classic version of the University of Michigan Library Catalog.
- Unique Collections on the UM Campus
Unusual collections in the University of Michigan Library and on the UM Campus (Ann Arbor).
- Biographical and Historical Resources for Health Sciences
Provides information on locating biographical and historical information in the health sciences.