Have you ever done a one-shot instruction session and thought, “I’m overwhelmed with the amount of information I talked about and I’m a librarian. I wonder how the students feel?” I felt that after teaching several capstone engineering courses. So I decided to create a series of videos instead. This blog post describes what I learned about students’ library learning preferences.
Join the AAEL librarians this fall for a series of virtual workshops on reading scholarly articles, systematic reviews, using LaTeX for dissertations and research impact metrics.
Each month, the theme table (on the second floor of the Art, Architecture and Engineering Library) highlights some amazing books in the library's collection. This month's theme is Asia and the Pacific (in celebration of Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month).
Did you know that we have a Materials Collections? This collection, located on the second floor of AAEL, is meant to inspire your creativity by letting you see and touch the materials. It is available for use in the library for all faculty, staff and students. This collection currently contains over 550 different materials. Stop by today to see and touch the materials!
During spring break, the Dude will have reduced hours.
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.
U-M Library's Mobile Access page has been updated to include the latest art, architecture and engineering mobile interfaces and applications.