Classes will be wrapping up soon and the end of the semester, along with many due dates, is coming up fast! Here are a number of resources and events to help you successfully make it to the end of the semester.
Posts by Sara M Samuel
To wrap up the celebration of Women’s History Month, check out some of these resources to learn about women in science, engineering, and architecture.
The Materials Collection at the Art, Architecture and Engineering Library has vast potential as a learning resource. I interviewed Rebecca Price to get her thoughts about how faculty, students, and visitors can profit from the collection’s existence at U-M Library.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the publication of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, here are some resources to help you learn more.
The Duderstadt Center and services within will have altered hours during spring break and will resume normal hours on Monday, March 7.
The library has access to online videos in the areas of art, architecture, and engineering. Books 24x7, Art and Architecture in Video, and Engineering Case Studies Online each have a selection of educational videos and/or documentaries.
The Oxford English Dictionary defines organized as: “Of a person: having one's affairs in order so as to be able to deal with them efficiently.” When you spend the best hours of your day doing research and working with data, it makes sense to be organized so you can use your time as efficiently as possible. One of the methods for maintaining an organized research life is by developing a data management plan (DMP).
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