University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries

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Information about library user services, including:

– Circulation information, policies, and reminders
– Research, reference, liaison and subject specialist assistance
– Library instruction services (workshops/in-class instruction only)
– Information about openings/closings/hours

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 […]

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 […]

January 20, 2015

Finish the Academic Year Strong: Let the Libraries Help You Succeed!

As we begin Spring semester, we wanted to remind you that the Libraries are here for you. Read on to find out how we can help you finish the school year strong! Whether you frequent our libraries, online or in person, or visit a few times each semester, the UW-Madison Libraries have you covered. Our […]

January 15, 2015

UW System Libraries Unite to Improve User Experience

**UPDATE AS OF JAN. 15, 2015** Please note, the previously announced migration to a new library system has been rescheduled from February to mid-May. Specific dates and potential impact on our Library services will be posted soon. Using library resources throughout the University of Wisconsin System is about to get easier. After nearly two years […]

December 10, 2014

UW Fall 2014 Finals: Don’t Panic – We’ve Got Extended Hours, Coffee, and Visits From Furry Friends to Help You Through

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 puppies, kittens, coloring sheets, healthy snacks, button makers, dance parties, LEGOs, puzzles, and more. Also on hand? Those other helpful finals “things,” like […]

December 10, 2014

Library of the Month: Verona Shelving Facility

It’s a giant concrete warehouse with one million inches of space over 10,000 square feet. It has floor-to ceiling compact and movable shelving, cherry-picker included, a high-tech H-VAC system, and it required two decades of planning. Simply put, the University of Wisconsin—Madison Libraries’ Verona Shelving Facility is a work of art. “It isn’t just a […]

December 4, 2014

Staff Spotlight(s): The Gentleman and Lady of Verona…Shelving Facility

Our December Staff Spotlight is a double feature! Chrissy Hursh and Rob Klecker are not two faces you’ll see roaming around campus very often. Instead, they’re the powerhouse duo responsible for running the Verona Shelving Facility. We visited them out at VSF and got an intense look into their fast-paced day. **Stay tuned for an […]

November 20, 2014

Library of the Month: University Archives

Have you ever wondered what courses students were enrolled in 100 years ago? Maybe you’d like to know more about the long line of Badgers from which you descend. Perhaps you want to listen to an oral history, or watch a long-forgotten film. Whether you’re looking to dive deep into the University’s past or just […]

October 21, 2014

Symposium Aims to Encourage Campus-Wide Conversation on Publishing Landscape

The model of scholarly publication has remained largely unchanged for nearly four centuries – but the next decade is expected to bring significant changes. With revolutionary shifts on the horizon, the University of Wisconsin–Madison is looking to help lead the conversation about the 21st century publishing outlook. On October 30, that discussion will break open, […]

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