When did you first learn about the function of a library? What did you learn was the role of a library? Library Communication and Marketing Intern Meggie Brody surveyed undergraduates in her search for the cause of library anxiety.
This 1799 edition of The Images of Saints from the family of the Emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519) contains for the very first time an almost complete series of the woodcuts that were originally commissioned by Maximilian I to illustrate the legends, history and genealogy of earlier saints claimed to be connected to the House of Habsburg.
The Shapiro Design Lab seeks undergraduate students to become Audio Interns for the upcoming semester, to help develop the Lab's programs in audio production and post-production.
Over the past 20 years, the University of Michigan Library has led the way on creating digital collections and establishing best practices around digital preservation that have become benchmark standards for other libraries. However, as our web presence expanded, it became increasingly difficult to adapt it at scale, keep pace with the changing needs of research, and create cohesion between a growing number of applications, sites, and services. It eventually became clear that a new model for...
We are upgrading the software that runs Deep Blue Data to Hyrax2. This upgrade will results in some changes and improvements to the user interface and functionality of the Deep Blue Data repository.
The 2018 Library Assessment Conference (https://libraryassessment.org/) brought together a community of practitioners and researchers who have responsibility or interest in the broad field of library assessment. This post recaps the conference poster content presented by Laurie Alexander and Doreen Bradley about how analytics advanced the Library's internal understanding of the course-integrated instruction provided by Library staff.
The engineering librarians at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library are pleased to announce that some engineering textbooks for the Winter 2019 semester are available to you in full text online through Library subscriptions.
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