Have a quick question about library resources or services? Try our Ask a Librarian service – instant messaging with a librarian. This is a library-wide service, so keep in mind that the librarian you speak to may not be from AAEL. Check it out!
Want to have your scholarly work archived? Deep Blue is our open access institutional repository, and they would love to help you get your articles, videos, data sets, images, etc. into their database.
Need to print a poster or edit video or audio clips? GroundWorks is the place! It’s open when the Duderstadt Center is open, with consultants available for most of the day. Poster printing is available 9am-4pm on weekdays.
Want to learn how to create websites, posters, or create bibliographies with software? Scholarspace hosts workshops for training students how to use all sorts of software. One-on-one sessions can also be scheduled.
The University Library's Spatial and Numeric Data Services (SAND) provides assistance with spatial data, numeric data, and statistics for the University of Michigan community. SAND offers two labs, Central - located in the Clark Library (2nd floor Hatcher), and North - located in the Spatial Analysis Lab (room 2207) of the Art and Architecture Building.