Learning Commons Services

Exothea paniculata (F115)


Find articles, course reserves, and resources for your course assignments and projects. Check out laptops and other tools. Learn more about Access Services and the UM Libraries.

Student plots points on large map in radar laboratory


Develop your knowledge of GIS, data, statistics, qualitative methods, and Digital Humanities. Find, manage, interpret and publish data. Preserve and publish scholarly research. Learn more about the Digital Scholarship Team.

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Reserve group study spaces, or meet in open study areas on the first floor of Richter Library. Learn more about Access Services and the UM Libraries.

Annual Report from 1955, Pan Am Airways


Meet speakers of Spanish, French, Portuguese, Arabic, and Chinese at the Modern Languages Lab to develop your language skills. Learn more about the Elenore Graves Tripp Modern Languages Laboratory – part of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

Drawing, Act II: Carnival


Print photos, posters, and 3D objects. Check out digital cameras, lighting kits, video games and more. Learn software to create multimedia projects. Apply to become an Adobe Scholar. Learn more about the Creative Studio.

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Gain confidence and improve your course performance. Increase your content knowledge. Develop your study skills. Learn more about the Camner Center and Math Lab.

Professor F.G. Walton Smith conducting an underwater class


Find scholarly resources or rare and unique primary sources. Develop search strategies. Create and manage citations. Meet your Subject Librarians, Information Specialists, and Peer Research Consultants. Apply to become a Library Research Scholars.

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Technology Support

Install software, upgrade, or fix your devices at the Student Technology Help Desk. Check out a laptop, use a desktop computer (PCs and Macs), specialized software and more, provided by Library Systems. Learn more about computing basics and productivity software with the Technology Assistance Program (TAP).

Marjory Stoneman Douglas in her office


Clarify your ideas. Organize your thoughts. Improve your prose. Learn more about the Writing Center. Phone: (305) 284-2956.