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Featured databases, collections, digital collections; and tools like citation managers, Library Course Pages, and tutorials like CLUE.

May 4, 2015

UW Spring 2015 Finals: We’ve Got You Covered

Finals are stressful. But the UW-Madison Libraries know how to help you study, relax and keep your spirits up. That’s our job. While we have your most basic need: free coffee – we also have several other activities to help make your finals experience a little easier. Also on hand? Those other helpful finals “things,” like extended hours, study consultants […]

April 15, 2015

On the Record

Where can you find the most records on campus? Not an obscure Guinness Book of World Records entry, an athletic record, or even an old vinyl. We mean cold, hard university public records – from emails to business transactions. Does the name Peg Eusch sounds familiar? Maybe not, but she takes home the title. Eusch, […]

April 8, 2015

UW System Libraries Unite to Improve User Experience

**UPDATE AS OF Apr. 23, 2015** The UW System Libraries will implement a statewide migration to a new Library Services Platform in May 2015. The transition will allow for the first ever full integration of the UW System Libraries. Once the migration is complete, faculty, students, and staff across the entire UW System will benefit […]

March 24, 2015

UW-Madison Libraries: Wisconsin Partnership Helps Begin a New Chapter in Shelving, Organization

From the outside, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries’ Verona Shelving Facility looks like any other warehouse. On the inside it houses a high-density, state-of-the-art shelving space that is a critical investment in the future of the Libraries. “For a top-notch research university to continue to provide the resources our users require, having a high-density facility […]

March 12, 2015

Library of the Month: Gender and Women’s Studies

The Gender and Women’s Studies Library may be located on the fourth floor of Memorial Library in room 430, but its presence can be felt far beyond those walls. While the location of the office is sometimes a mystery, the services provided have a long and reputable history. “We have the gender and women’s studies […]

March 11, 2015

Staff Spotlight with Karla Strand, Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian

Our March Staff Spotlight is with Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian Karla Strand. Karla sat down with our ISIP student, Genesha Murray, to talk about her work and how she landed her role as the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian. ~By Genesha Murray Did you always know you wanted to be a librarian? I don’t […]

February 10, 2015

February Library of the Month: Exploring the Beauty of Kohler Art Library

  Our February Library of the Month is the Kohler Art Library, with a focus on its growing collection of artist sketchbook facsimiles. We collaborated with Lyn Korenic to bring you a closer look at this impressive and expanding special collection, and how it’s impacting students. Lyn Korenic, Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Kohler […]

February 10, 2015

Staff Spotlight with Linda Duychak: She’s Got the Answers

Our February Staff Spotlight is Linda Duychak from the Kohler Art Library. Whether she’s tracking down examples of work by a particular artist for students, or tracking various birds with the Art History Avian Expeditionary Force – Linda has a knack for finding the unexpected. How long have you been with the Libraries and how did you get your […]

February 4, 2015

Wisconsin Historical Society To Host Program on Milwaukee’s Civil Rights Struggle

On the evening of February 24th, the Wisconsin Historical Society will feature a program at its Madison headquarters on the civil rights movement in Milwaukee during the 1950’s and 1960’s. Dr. Patrick D. Jones, author of the award-winning book, Selma of the North:  Civil Rights Insurgency in Milwaukee (Harvard University Press, 2010), will introduce and […]

January 26, 2015

Starting Something Together: Campus Partners Celebrate Opening of BioCommons, Located in Steenbock Library

After years of planning, a new learning space for students is a reality. The remodeled BioCommons, located on the lower level of Steenbock Library, is officially open. While this unique space is available to all students, it aims to provide a welcoming home base for bioscience students across campus to connect with each other, and […]

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