Join the AAEL librarians this fall for a series of virtual workshops on literature reviews, finding funding, data management and publishing.
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In March of 2020, COVID 19 brought the world to a halt leading to drastic changes in our everyday lives. While health concerns were at the forefront of the entire world, library staff sought ways in which to continue serving our constituents and engage with our local community. One bright spot in this transitional period was the shift to online book arts programming facilitated by University of Michigan Library’s Jamie Vander Broek. In the summer of 2020, the Book Arts Studio began developing a...
Following Governor Whitmer's executive order to close places of public accommodation, the Duderstadt Center and all U-M Library buildings have closed to all visitors as of Monday, March 16 at 3pm.
Join us on Monday, Feb. 24th at noon in the Materials Collection (AAEL 2nd Floor) to hear about the research of Prof. Brian Love (MSE). He will speak about his research on extracting fibrous plant residues from agricultural biomasses, such as coffee, to make other continuous fibers.
The engineering librarians at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library are pleased to announce that some engineering textbooks for the Winter 2020 semester are available to you in full text online through Library subscriptions.
Starting November 1 the University of Michigan Library has access to the new version of chemistry database SciFinder — SciFinder-n. In fact, both will be accessible to our users with the same login and password information.
Please join the engineering librarians for a series of 30-minute workshops at the Duderstadt Center this semester, on topics such as Data Visualization, document creation with LaTeX, and finding funding for your research.
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