May 24, 2013

Evyn Kropf -- publication 2013

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February 06, 2013

Evyn Kropf -- publication

Evyn’s publication, Historical Repair, Recycling and Recovering Phenomena in the Islamic Bindings of the University of Michigan Library: Exploring the Codicological Evidence." In Suave Mechanicals—Collected Essays on the History of Bookbinding / ed. Julia Miller (Ann Arbor, MI: The Legacy Press, 2013), has been announced by Elaine Westbrooks during the Research update meeting on Tuesday February 5th.

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June 28, 2012

The album from Janet Crayne's trip to Prague, Belgrade, Sarajevo (Saraybosna) in April 2012

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Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Workshop and album from Evyn Kropf's trip to Copenhagen, 7-8 June 2012

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May 11, 2012

Janet Crayne Receives Award
Congratulations, Janet!
Library Newsletter -- May 11, 2012

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December 03, 2009

Jonathan Rodgers is 2009 Partington Award recipient

Congratulations, Jonathan!

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May 10, 2007

Connexion client enhancements for Arabic and Hebrew 2

This is useful info please take a look at the link below.
Thank you. for Arabic and Hebrew2.doc

Please use our same password to access the document.

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February 12, 2007

Training Plans

Reminder: There will be an Area Programs Trainers Meeting at 10:00 am tomorrow, Tuesday 13, February 2007, on the third floor of Hatcher, Room 310 (or 311).
Thank you.

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October 13, 2006

Open Enrollment 2006

Hello all:
The interactive audio visual presentation on the CD is available in Room 111-C (Oasis). This CD provides information to help benefits-eligible faculty and staff with the benefit plan changes for 2007.
Open Enrollment 2006: October 9-20.

The presentation is also available at

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September 11, 2006

Facilities Improvements Requests

Please submit detailed proposals to me well before the deadline of Wednesday, September 27. Thanks.


The Facilities Committee invites your facilities improvements requests for the 2006-07 fiscal year. We ask that Senior Managers assemble all requests from units for which they are responsible. Once we receive these, our task is to organize details, determine project feasibility, identify areas of greatest need, and obtain cost estimates from U-M Plant and other sources.
Your requests should consider the needs of students, faculty, and staff, while taking into account safety, maintenance, comfort, and aesthetic considerations. All University facilities should be:

free of hazards
able to provide a pleasant, clean appearance
appropriate to the specific area's function
compatible with existing furnishings and structure
conducive to the preservation of the collections

The simple form below will guide you. Please submit all requests to the committee ( either in e-mail form or as attachments. Feel free to send any additional information—catalogs or other printed material—directly to me via campus mail. Specific cost estimates, while helpful to the committee, are not required.
If you are uncertain whether a particular project is a facilities request, as opposed to equipment, just submit the request to us. All requests deemed "equipment" or some other category will be referred accordingly, and we will notify you of the change.
Please have your requests to us as soon as possible but no later than Wednesday, September 27. This ensures that we will have sufficient time to gather information, obtain estimates, and organize our recommendations for Executive Council.
On behalf of the Facilities Committee,
Paul Barrow

This year's Facilities Committee is:
Paul Barrow, chair
Annette Haines
Stephen Hipkiss
Bill Kopinski
Jamie Morris

Here is the form:

Facilities Improvement Needs
FY 2006-2007


1. Improvement requested:

a. Unit:

b. Specific location:

c. Why needed:

d. Contact person in the unit for this project:

Paul J. Barrow email:
Circulation Services phone: (734) 936-2299
Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library fax: (734) 647-9557

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Staff Feedback on R2 Final Report

We have included two statements that we hope will guide discussions regarding the R2 final report. The first is the University Library¹s mission statement. The second is a number of statements drawn from different parts of the Library¹s FY07 budget document. We hope that staff will feel comfortable sharing any reaction to the R2 final report, and that you will in turn pass these on to us, but also want to encourage you to focus your discussions in such a way that you can highlight issues of significant concern. We imagine these issues to be ones that would impede us in our ability to accomplish our mission.

University Library Mission Statement

The University Library's mission is to support, enhance, and collaborate in the instructional, research, and service activities of the faculty, students, and staff, and contribute to the common good by collecting, organizing, preserving, communicating, and sharing the record of human knowledge. This mission is accomplished through the provision of the various collections and programs available to patrons of the library system.

From the FY07 budget document

* The convergence of technology, opportunity and a strong sense of purpose has expanded library¹s understanding of how to share our expertise and provide broad access to information.
* The Library¹s role in scholarship is not limited to finding information it is also about supporting the scholarly process of transforming information into knowledge.
* We have sought to create dynamic new services that meet emerging needs on campus.
* We have concluded that we must shift to support new modes of interaction with our users at same time we have continued to serve our traditional constituencies through established modes of library interaction, acquiring and processing more volumes this year than in year¹s past.
* We need to create new efficiencies in a number of traditional library activities, particularly in handling print books and journals.


At the next Area Programs Staff meeting (28 September), we can discuss our response and begin to draft our response for submission to the Library administration. Our response is due by 18 October.

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August 30, 2006

Students e-mail list

Hello all,
AP has two e-mail lists and mblog to make the communication easier among the AP members:
1. Staff:
2. Students:

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August 01, 2006

Library Equipment Requests

It is time again to submit requests for funding of equipment, e.g., furniture, including desks and chairs, and other equipment essential for work (but NOT computers or major facilities improvements).

Please send me your requests by 4 September so that I can review them, compile them, and submit them by the deadline at the end of that week.



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July 26, 2006

Reminder: Area Programs Staff meeting

Reminder: There will be an Area Programs Staff Meeting at 9:00 AM tomorrow, Thursday 27 July 2006, in the Turkish American Friendship Room.

Please send agenda items to me directly, or bring them to the meeting for discussion.


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February 06, 2006

Dear Area Programs staff:
Our blog is ready!

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