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Information about using UM library resources: finding books using Mirlyn (the library catalog), using databases to locate articles, and tools and resources to assist with creating citations.
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Welcome!

Welcome to the University of Michigan Library international students and scholars!

This guide will provide you with information about using library resources, like finding books using Mirlyn, the library catalog, using databases to locate articles for your research, and tools and resources for citing articles. These tutorials are meant to help you get started on your research.

 

Need Help? Just Ask!

Librarians are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the library research environment at UM.  Stop by the reference desk on the first floor of the Undergrad Library, use our IM service, Ask a Librarian, text, call or email--we will help you in any way we can.

 

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See http://www.lib.umich.edu/ask for additional contact methods.

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