The Art, Architecture & Engineering Library presents a series of workshops from the US Patent & Trademark Office, led by Managing Attorney Craig Morris from the Office of the Commissioner for Trademarks.
Posts on February 2019
Take a look at the 2019 Michigan Notable Book award winners.
February is Black History Month. The Shapiro Book Display will feature non-fiction books by black authors, in honor of past and current leaders, events, and movements. Be sure to stop by the lobby to see what's on display
Join us on Tuesday, 12 February for our next After Hours open house event! This month we'll explore the materiality of books and manuscripts. Come "read" these objects with us from 4-7 on the 6th floor of Hatcher!
In this post, the author describes how they used the assessments of a revised library curriculum for the College of Pharmacy to demonstrate the value of the sessions for students, and to stimulate the creation of a new learning object - a game - to improve student learning.
Upcoming spring workshops at the Duderstadt Center: Data Visualization 101, Finding Research Funding, IEEE Xplore Tips & Tricks, Introduction to Citation Management, and Effective Research Strategies.
Paul Schaffner gives an introduction to batch editing metadata using tools that have worked well for him as part of his role in the Text Creation Unit (TCU) within the University of Michigan Library's Digital Content and Collections Department. The instructions and guidance provided, while originally aimed at cataloguers, can be utilized by anyone by following along with Paul's instructions and referring to the suggested resources and links within the article.
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