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The Kresge Library’s Vision to Supporting the Ross School of Business
Library Services for Ross Faculty and Staff
Assisting Your Scholarship
- Provide databases, articles, reports and ebooks that support research in all fields of study pursued by faculty and students in the classroom and beyond.
- Collaborate with other libraries (on campus and beyond) to ensure that we can provide for Ross faculty and staff resources on any conceivable topic.
- Work with faculty to find copies of articles and books that are not held within Kresge’s digital collections.
- Assist in preparing for interviews with the media by pulling together articles to brief you on the subject.
- Assisting with questions about citation formatting and styles.
- Assist with copyright questions for your research and in the classroom.
- Supporting the Ross Working Paper Series (through Deep Blue) for faculty.
Supporting Your Classes
- Support action-based learning (such as MAP) through a unique and essential program of embedded librarians for each team of Ross MBA and BBA students. Kresge Librarians are assigned to work with over 350 action-based learning teams a year to assist in the students' information needs.
- Assist faculty in finding readings and cases to support their learning objectives.
- Supporting students in finding information relevant to their projects and assignments.
- Supporting the Ross curriculum through coordinating the course materials in electronic format (via Study.Net) with a student print option.
- Supporting Canvas, the University of Michigan’s learning management system.
- Providing an Assignment and Exam Program (enabling faculty to best utilize classroom time). NOTE: Currently suspended during limited campus presence during COVID-19 pandemic.
- Maintain the Ross Syllabi Archives that provides students with the most recent syllabi for Ross classes. Librarians are able to work with faculty who have greater archival needs.