University of Michigan reopens state-of-the-art health sciences library

After a $55 million renovation, the 35-year-old Taubman Health Sciences Library on the U-M medical campus has emerged from a metamorphosis that has made it into a new kind of library, and much more. The transformation turned the 143,400-square-foot facility into all-digital, light-filled, dynamic learning space for future physicians, scientists and other health professionals.

With dozens of classrooms and small-group meeting rooms, a realistic simulated clinic, and advanced educational technology, it greatly expands and enhances students’ options to develop the knowledge and skills they’ll need as doctors, under a new curriculum now being phased in.

 Original Story: U-M Health Service

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