|6th June||Asian Futures: Innovation in Research and Scholarly Publishing|
|15th October||STM 50th Anniversary Frankfurt Conference & Dinner 2019|
|25th to 26th April||Advanced course in journal publishing – Japan 2019|
June 23, 2011
The University of Michigan Library announced on 23 June 2011 that it will allow authorized library patrons to access all of its digitized "orphan works" in full. Students and guests will now be able to access online any texts they would have been able to find in the stacks. This is the latest step in Michigan's attempts to identify and unlock the orphans -- books whose copyright holders cannot be found or contacted -- in its collection.