U-M Library

  1. August 23, 2022

    Researcher discovers U-M’s ‘Galileo manuscript’ is a forgery

    The U-M Library has concluded its “Galileo manuscript” — considered one of the jewels of the library’s collection — was not written by Galileo in 1609 and 1610, but is a 20th-century fake.

  2. July 26, 2022

    New guide offers resources on abortion policy and research

    A new and timely research guide produced through the U-M Library will help researchers, students and anyone seeking reliable information about abortion policy and research.

  3. May 19, 2022

    Regents approve new deans for Ross, Stamps, Pharmacy

    The Board of Regents has approved the appointment of new deans at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design and the College of Pharmacy.

  4. May 19, 2022

    Everything old is new again in exhibit of Greek manuscripts

    A new exhibit on display through June 28 in the Hatcher Library celebrates the centenary of U-M’s collection of Greek manuscripts, the largest such collection in the United States.

  5. March 9, 2022

    Wiley agreement expands open access options for U-M authors

    A new agreement between Wiley, publisher of more than 1,500 academic journals, and the Big Ten Academic Alliance offers new open access publishing opportunities to the U-M community.

  6. January 31, 2022

    Heritage Project — Birds in the library

    Frustrated by the lack of action taken by a books and research equipment committee in 1838, Regent Zina Pitcher acted on his own to get the university’s first library going.

  7. January 24, 2022

    Library taking steps to remediate harmful metadata language

    The U-M Library, the William L. Clements Library, and the Bentley Historical Library are working to remediate harmful language in the metadata.

  8. January 24, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  9. November 1, 2021

    Library staffer delights others with artist’s books

    Lara Unger, digital conversion supervisor at the U-M Library, has made more than 50 artist’s books over the years, ranging from a book made largely of computer items to one that resembles a movie camera.

  10. September 27, 2021

    Librarian captures scientists’ lives through graphic novels

    Jim Ottaviani, a U-M librarian, has been writing graphic novels about scientists for more than two decades. Ottaviani’s writing career grew out of two hobbies that started in childhood: reading comic books and studying science.