In a recent story published by Fortune, U-M School of Information’s Kristin Fontichiaro, clinical assistant professor, was quoted on the topic of data literacy in society. She discussed the role of librarians and data scientists to educate society to better understand data.
Sprints offer U-M faculty, instructors, graduate students, and graduate fellows the opportunity to partner with a unique team of assembled U-M Library experts to get over a “hurdle” in their work. Up to four selected projects will receive a $200 award.
The U-M Library I.T. Division updated the Library Search site based on feedback from members of the campus community. The updates resolve bugs and improve performance and user experience.
Web accessibility is a key ingredient to successful product development that can make or break many peoples’ experience. The U-M Library Digital Accessibility Team (DAT) helps library teams “bake in” web accessibility from the beginning of their projects and helps coordinate accessibility work across the Library. The Library’s Digital Accessibility Team collaborates primarily with U-M Library partners to… Read More »