U-M Library

  1. September 14, 2021

    U-M Library preserves computer and video games

    Since its establishment in the 1970s, the U-M Library’s popular Computer and Video Game Archive has offered students, staff, faculty and the general public a space to take a break, study, conduct research or play games among friends.

  2. September 8, 2021

    U-M Library updates service information for fall semester

    This fall library visitors can expect in-person and remote services, open and by-reservation study spaces, and a fully circulating collection, with pickup at multiple locations and delivery to campus addresses.

  3. June 11, 2021

    Library tech upgrade begins June 16; service delays expected

    The migration of the U-M Library’s technology system to a new platform begins June 16 and is expected to take up to six weeks. There will be some delays and interruptions during the transition process.

  4. May 5, 2021

    HathiTrust emergency access to end; request fall materials now

    The U-M Library is getting ready to fully serve the activities associated with more in-person learning, teaching and research this fall with the return of many in-person services and access.

  5. March 25, 2021

    U-M Library upgrading technology to improve user experience

    An upcoming overhaul of the platform that allows users to find, request and borrow materials will bring changes to U-M Library services and interfaces.

  6. March 1, 2021

    Agreements offer no-cost publishing opportunities to U-M authors

    Two new three-year agreements between academic publishers and the Big Ten Academic Alliance are piloting new models for sustainable open access publishing.

  7. March 1, 2021

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  8. February 22, 2021

    U-M Library offers repository for researchers’ data

    Researchers at U-M have a new option for sharing and preserving qualitative and mixed-methods research data — the Qualitative Data Repository.

  9. January 11, 2021

    Prolonged protest a tool for societal change, says civil rights activist

    Author, historian, professor and civil rights leader Mary Frances Berry will serve as the keynote speaker during U-M Library’s lecture, “Race, Protest, and Politics: Where Do We Go From Here?” 

  10. November 12, 2020

    U-M Library updates campus about services for coming months

    The U-M Library has announced its availability over the coming holiday periods, and reminds users that much of the collection is available online. Many services and experts also can be accessed remotely.