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919 S. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1185
Library Staff: Finance forms, policies and procedures, travel and expense info, and more can be found in the Finance section of the staff intranet.
Bert's Study Lounge
919 South University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1185
Bert’s Study Lounge is a space for students to study, collaborate, and socialize. The space has 10 digital screens that can be used for collaborative work, or as a digital exhibit space for students, faculty or staff to display their work. Student groups can also sign-up to table in the space.
Bert's Study Lounge is located near Bert's Cafe.
Bert's Café and Bert's Study Lounge are named after their benefactor, Bertram J. Askwith (LSA '31), who gave this gift to the Library to celebrate his centennial year.
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Michigan Publishing provides academic publishing services that are responsive to the needs of scholars, and that foster a sustainable economic model for academic publishing.
We also educate and advise the U-M community on copyright and publishing matters, and we advocate for the broadest possible access to scholarly communication everywhere.
For more information about our publications and services, please see publishing.umich.edu.
Copyright at the University of Michigan
919 South University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
The University of Michigan Library Copyright Office provides the university community information about copyright. In addition to the resources on this site, we provide the following services:
- We answer copyright questions via email.
- We consult about copyright questions in person, over the phone, and via Google Hangouts. (Please email us to request an appointment.)
- We hold online copyright office hours for the university community on Friday afternoons. (Please sign up via Google Calendar using a university email address.)
- We offer public workshops on copyright.
- We offer customized copyright education (presentations, workshops, etc.) for university groups, including faculty, staff, and students. (Please email us to request this.)
Although we provide information and education about copyright, we are not able to provide legal advice.
Note that some copyright-related issues are handled elsewhere at the university:
- If you have specific legal questions pertaining to the University of Michigan, please contact the Office of the General Counsel.
- If you believe your copyright has been infringed on a web site hosted by the university, please contact our DMCA agent.
- If you have questions about using the University trademarks, including the Block M, please consult the Permissions Guide from U-M Global Communications.
Espresso Book Machine
The University of Michigan Library no longer offers the Espresso Book Machine service. Alternatively, many public domain titles from the University of Michigan collection may be ordered from Amazon. In some cases, a "Buy a copy" link is present under the "Get this Book" section of the full text online in HathiTrust, or you may search Amazon.com directly.
It also may be possible to have a book printed and shipped to you from another EBM location. Search for titles of interest at the On Demand Books website at http://www.ondemandbooks.com/as/
Michigan Publishing Services may be able to assist U of M faculty members and staff with print projects that previously were candidates for the EBM. Please contact email@example.com to arrange a consultation.
For self-publishing projects, many online self-publishing services are now available, such as Xlibris, Lulu, Blurb, iUniverse, and CreateSpace, to name just a few. Most have templates and other tools available to assist customers with formatting and uploading books, and may offer the choice of making your book available for sale if you wish, or keeping it private so that only you can order one or more copies.
There also are some local (Ann Arbor area) commercial printers who may have options for you depending on your needs, such as Edwards Brothers Malloy, Thomson Shore, and Sheridan Books.
We regret any inconvenience caused by the removal of the EBM service from the Library.
*Disclaimer: the list of commercial printers and self-publishers mentioned above is not exhaustive, and is not to be considered an endorsement of any specific service or printer.