Please join us for a webinar on practical approaches to data management! This MLA webcast will feature case studies in visualization, creation of a data set catalog, curriculum integration and more.
As part of a collaborative project between The University of Michigan Library and Mendeley, the Library is providing access to the Mendeley Premium product to all current University of Michigan affiliated faculty, staff, and students until March 31st, 2015.
During the period from December 24 - January 1 the Taubman Health Sciences Library will be closed, and there will be no responses to email or phone messages. Regular review of our phone and email messages will resume on January 2. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Items left in the Library's drop box located in the Towsley Triangle after December 23rd will not be picked up until January 5th. Regular service will resume on that date.
The Taubman Health Sciences Library has moved to a new blogging platform, but the material posted on our old blog is still available.
Leading up to the re-opening of the renovated Taubman Health Sciences Library building in summer 2015, we are planning a series of blog posts highlighting aspects of the library’s history. This first post focuses on the first 50 years of the library, from its mid-nineteenth century beginnings to the turn of the 20th century.
Traffic changes begin Jan. 13, 2014 for vehicles and pedestrians near Taubman Health Sciences Library
The construction site for the renovation of the A. Alfred Taubman Health Sciences Library (THL) will begin to take shape the week of Jan. 13, resulting in closures to one lane of traffic on Catherine Street and changes to a popular pedestrian route. Beginning Jan. 13, barriers will go up and close one lane of Catherine Street, as well as the sidewalk on the north side of the street between the Victor Vaughan Building and the south entrance to the Medical Science II building.
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