The University of Michigan's Art, Architecture and Engineering Library provides a unique set of information commons resources to students and faculty in the Duderstadt Center. It provides easy access to a pervasive computing environment, special labs and production studios, and enjoys highly collaborative relationships with the Digital Media Commons and the Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN).
With 400+ computers available 24/7, the Duderstadt Center is the largest public computing site at the University of Michigan. It also offers student access to 3D and virtual reality labs, a large video production studio, a state-of-the-art audio recording studio, two electronic music studios and two teleconferencing rooms. The library's engineering resources are among the most comprehensive in the country with large portions of its journal holdings being available electronically. The library's Special Collections and Visual Resources Collection (Imageworks) offer special resources to support the School of Art and Design, and the College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Visit the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library site to learn more.