Science

Virtual Tour - Turkish-American Friendship Room

TAFR     TAFR

Designed to provide space for meetings and conferences, the Turkish-American Friendship Room serves as the main conference room for Science Library personnel. The room is also intended for use by science department personnel (e.g. faculty, researchers,) and UM Library personnel.

Other campus departments may reserve the room as scheduling permits. The room is not available for classes, as a study area, or for student use; other rooms and areas at the Science Library are designed for those purposes. For reservations, please contact Shannon Szalay (szalays@umich.edu). Users should read the full policy for use of the Turkish-American Friendship Room before making a reservation.

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Virtual Tour - Connector to the Hatcher Graduate Library

to the Grad     Hatcher Connector

 

The connector to the Graduate Library is located in the northwest corner of the third floor, down the hall from the Current Periodicals Room and the library's Display Area. This connector leads to the second floor of the Graduate Library (South) and is open whenever both libraries are open. See the Library Hours page for more information.

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Virtual Tour

Welcome to the Shapiro Science Library!

Shaprio Library Building

The Shapiro Science Library is one of the largest science libraries in the country with over 400,000 print volumes and numerous electronic resources available. These include e-Journals, research databases (such as Web of Science and Beilstein/Gmelin) and online research guides. The Library supports research and teaching in the fields of astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, mathematics, natural resources, physics, and statistics. It occupies the 3rd and 4th floors of the Shapiro Library Building, centrally located on campus (Map of central campus location of the Science Library).

This Virtual Tour will help you get acquainted with the facility and our available resources and services. Each floor of the Science Library, in addition to the items and facilities located on each tour stop, has public restrooms and drinking fountains available.

Please click the arrow to begin the tour, or go directly to the location that interests you using the links below.

Begin the Tour!

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People

Jacob Glenn

Jacob Glenn
Librarian for Physics & Astronomy
Phone: (734) 936-2339, E-mail: jkglenn@umich.edu

Ye Li

Ye Li
Librarian for Chemistry
Phone: (734) 615-5694, E-mail: liye@umich.edu

Scott Martin

Scott Martin
Librarian for Biological Sciences, Museums Library & Biological Station Library
Phone: (734) 764-8196 or 734-936-2337 (Museums), E-mail: samarti@umich.edu

JoAnn Sears

JoAnn Sears
Librarian for Mathematics & Statistics
Phone: (734) 936-2341, E-mail: josears@umich.edu

Charlene Stachnik

Charlene Stachnik
Museums Library On-Site Supervisor
Phone: (734) 764-0467, E-mail: sta@umich.edu

Lori Tschirhart

Lori Tschirhart
Librarian for Natural Resources and Environment & Geological Sciences
Phone: (734) 936-3079, E-mail: ltz@umich.edu

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Subjects

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Second Floor

Second floor

The second floor contains all of the Library of Congress classified books (the call number begins with letters instead of numbers.) The only exception to this are the reference books which are found on the first floor. The upstairs tends to have the more recent titles. There are also two chairs which provide a beautiful view of Douglas Lake out the front windows. An ideal place to study on a hot day!

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Collection

The library collection at UMBS dates back to the beginning of the Biological Station (1909) and includes volumes from the 1800s and is continually updated with new titles. The collection is primarly dedicated to natural history and the biological sciences, however it does include small collections in such diverse areas as photography, literature, and anthropology. With over 10,000 volumes this makes it one of the best field station libraries in the world.

Along with the volumes we store at the library, researchers and students have access to the complete electronic catalog through University of Michigan Libraries.

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Guides & Tutorials

A general guide to how to use the Biological Station Library can be found in our LibGuides.

Here are tutorials for some of the most popular databases used at the Biological Station.

There are also handouts available on the map case across from the reference desk that will guide you through the various resources that the library has to offer. Feel free to take one.

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