Please join us for Copyright Trivia Night. No copyright knowledge is necessary to win – one person might recognize a song from a copyright case, another might recognize it from the radio. Dinner will be provided, and there will be prizes for the top two teams.
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Come and celebrate the University of Michigan’s 200th birthday. Explore both of the Clark’s bicentennial exhibits, The Student Experience and Creating a Campus. Maps showing the history of the university and the city of Ann Arbor will also be featured. Come and see how the home of the leaders and best became the campus we know today.
Have you ever wondered how things enter the public domain? What rights you have to control use of your work? What rights you have to use someone else’s work? Learn more about copyright law at this workshop by Ana Enriquez of the U-M Library Copyright Office.
Please register via TeachTech or by contacting Ana at email@example.com.
NY Times Op-Ed columnist Charles M. Blow will present a keynote presentation on the topic of Donald Trump, arrogance, pride, and American democracy. Blow’s lecture will be followed by a Q&A. The lecture is free and open to the public, and is organized by the Humility in the Age of Self-Promotion Colloquium at the University of Michigan.
When "I" is replaced with "WE" even "illness" becomes "wellness" -ActiveMinds
Active Minds at the University of Michigan is a chapter out of Active Minds Inc. and, as a student led organization, our goal is to combat the stigma surrounding mental illness and connect students to resources on campus.
Author Bill Goldstein discusses his new book, The World Broke in Two: Virgina Woolf, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence, E.M. Forster and the Year that Changed Literature. He'll be joined by Douglas Trevor, chair of the Zell's Writers Program at U-M. The talk will be followed by a book sale and signing.
Join us as we celebrate the accomplishments of the 2016-2017 U-M Library Undergraduate Research Award recipients.
Each year, the U-M Library conducts a research award competition to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary academic achievements of our undergraduate students. The award is given to students who demonstrate excellence in library research conducted in support of an undergraduate student project.
This year's awards were sponsored by JABberwocky Literary Agency.
Join us for a lecture, discussion, and reception with public humanist and author Bill Goldstein about his new book The World Broke in Two: Virginia Woolf, T. S. Eliot, D. H. Lawrence, E. M. Forster and the Year That Changed Literature, published by Henry Holt on August 15, 2017.
Dick Wilder joins us to discuss the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Open Access Policy. He'll share background on the development of the policy (for which he led the development) and answer questions about the Gates Foundation’s approach to Open Access, including the implementation of its OA policy and the Gates Foundation’s Chronos publishing platform. In addition to the Gates Foundation’s current efforts, Wilder will highlight next steps for the foundation and its OA-related work.