You're great at Google--but we can tell you that the library can offer you high-quality information you'll never find there.
Check us out! And if you can't find what you're looking for, Ask a Librarian.
Not sure where to start your research? Wondering if UM has some of the databases you used when you were an undergrad?
Look for the Research Guide for your discipline. You'll find your subject specialist librarian and a plethora of recommended tools that will help with your research.
Odds are you'll find something that you've never heard of.
Other important points:
Question: Where do you go to find books, DVDs, journals & newspapers, music scores & recordings, and the other "stuff" the library owns? Lean more by wathcing the "Getting Started with Mirlyn" video tutorial.
Use Mirlyn to
Tip: We don't have it? Try WorldCat, a huge combined catalog of acadademic and public library catalogs. You can place an InterLibrary Loan (ILL) request right from the item record.