U-M LIBRARY
Learning and Teaching
Who we are
Leadership: Laurie A Alexander
Email: MLib.LearnTeach@umich.edu
Organization chart
Staff directory for Learning and Teaching
What we do
We provide support throughout the campus teaching and learning environment, from consulting with faculty on assignment design and learning outcomes, providing instruction in support of those assignments directly to students, and consulting individually with faculty and students as they engage with their scholarship. 
Our engagement with campus is particularly focused on equitable access and full inclusive participation. Specific services include instruction programs for 21st century literacies, digital scholarship and tools, reference and consultation, engaged learning, and curricular outreach activities.  
We look forward to partnering with you on your learning and scholarship activities. 
Learning and Teaching is made up of two departments — Connected Scholarship and Learning Programs and Initiatives — which empower learners at all levels across the campus community and lead the library’s activities related to information literacy and scholarly research instruction respectively.
Our contributions to scholarship
Publications and Presentations
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LIBRARY
913 S. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190
(734) 764-0400
Send us an email
Accessibility
Site map
OUR COMMUNITY
Staff directory
Work for us
Blogs
Facebook
Twitter
YouTube
PRIVACY AND COPYRIGHT
Library Privacy Statement
Except where otherwise noted, this work is subject to a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. For details and exceptions, see theLibrary Copyright Policy.
Federal Depository Library Program
Have a question about this website? Contact the website team.
© 2021, Regents of the University of Michigan
Built with the U-M Library Design SystemRelease notes
HomeAbout UsOur Divisions and Departments
Connected ScholarshipConnected ScholarshipLearning Programs and InitiativesLearning Programs and Initiatives