This blog post reflects on the work of students to explore the collection-related needs of undergraduate students, through surveys and interviews.
“Learning from Advanced Student Staff Experiences” was a University of Michigan Library study conducted in 2017, integrating methodologies of user-centered design and critical librarianship.
Most University of Michigan students are well aware of the boundless opportunities offered by the Library within the pages of our books and in the depths of our digital resources. What may be unfamiliar to students are the numerous opportunities to engage with the Library beyond the stacks and databases. The Library Student Engagement Ambassadors, a group of eight undergraduate students with varying majors and interests, have been hard at work all semester bringing the campus community exciting...
The library has resources to help prepare for the graduate or professional school application process.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are featuring the second week of Cafe Shapiro with profiles of student writers and information about the event. Join us for two Cafe Shapiro nights on Monday and Wednesday as well as a Valentine's Day event on Tuesday. We will also be hosting information tables for Brightspot, the Institute for the Humanities Undergraduate Advisory Group, and Beyond the Diag.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are featuring the 20th annual Cafe Shapiro with profiles of the student writers and information about the event. Join us for three Cafe Shapiro nights on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. We will also be hosting information tables for Design & Discovery, the Edible Project App, and SAPAC.
Ever wonder about the myriad decisions and changes colleges students go through during their four or so years? Practice for Life: Making Decisions in College helps answer those questions.