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Use this guide to quickly and easily find need-to-know information when you're a grad student. Includes insider tips from university librarians and staff to help provide you with a unique pool of information and resources.
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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What will you find in this guide?


Insider Advice

Look for the symbol below to find insider advice from UofM librarians!


Welcome to the UM Libraries!

Helpful Links

  • Library Services for Graduate Students
    This page contains basic information about borrowing and circulation, inter-library loan (ILL), subject specialists, research guides, technology resources, and study carrels.
  • Campus Technology Resources
    This research guide includes information on technology services including software tutorials, technology help facilities, available software on campus, and color and poster printing locations.
  • Borrowing and Circulation Policies
    This link contains the borrowing and circulation policies for the UM libraries. It includes information about loan periods (how long you get to borrow an item), fine policies, fees and recalls.
  • Your ITS Computing Account
    Visit the ITS site for information and management of your umich account, how to connect to wireless on campus, public computing spaces, specialty printing and printing locations, and other general FAQ.
  • Copyright Basics
    The UM Library Copyright Office created this guide to help you understand copyright, fair use, proper citation, and how to request permission and use copyrighted materials.
  • Teach Tech Collaborative (TTC) Workshops
    Attending workshops is a great way to expand your knowledge and take advantage of a great campus resource! Many workshops are tailored to graduate students and focus on topics such as citation management help, dissertation formatting, finding funding, how to use CTools, Photoshop, and other instructional or multimedia tools.

Library Contact Info

Hatcher Graduate Library

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Contact Info
Reference: 734 764-9373
Circulation: 734 764-0401


Taubman Health Sciences Library

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Contact Info
All calls: 734 764-1210


Art, Engineering & Architecture Library

Contact Info

Reference: 734 647-5735
Circulation: 734 647-5747 


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Breanna Hamm, Instructional Technologist

Carol Shannon, Liaison & Information Services Librarian

Susan Turkel, Psychology & Sociology Librarian


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