The Library’s Social Sciences Team members provide interdisciplinary services and collections for a variety of schools, departments, and centers/institutes on campus. We provide tailored instruction, a full spectrum of research support and collaboration, collections, programs, serve on curriculum and other school/department committees, and other cooperative efforts in the social sciences.
Information and Library Science
Multiculturalism and Diversity
Liaison Units on Campus
African and African American Studies
Center for Research on Learning & Teaching
Institute for Research on Women and Gender
Literature, Science & the Arts
Population Studies Center
School of Education
School of Information
School of Social Work
Downing, Karen, Alexandra Rivera, Mark Winston (2012). “Library Leadership 2.0: Leading from Throughout the Organization.” In: Bogart, Dave. Library and Book Trade Almanac. Medford, N.J.: Information Today, Inc.
Downing, Karen (2013). Using Problem-Based Learning to Facilitate Learning Across the Curriculum. Indianapolis, IN: Association of College and Research Libraries National Conference.
Beth Strickland teaches a section of UC 174: Digital Research: Critical Concepts and Strategies, offered through LS&A .
Beth Strickland serves as the Member-at-Large for the Women and Gender Studies Section of ACRL/ALA.
Shevon Desai coordinated the 2013 iDesign competition, cosponsored by MLibrary and the U-M School of Information. Eleven student teams entered the competition to build an innovating and engaging tools to enhance library resources or services.