University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries


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December 26, 2013

“The Information” Broker Helps a Student through Finals

Finals are over and the Libraries are definitely much emptier now than they were a week ago, but that doesn’t stop us from sharing this great interaction between one of our librarians and a student. Did you ever wonder about library etiquette when it comes to someone’s noisy cold? Bruce Broker knows how to handle […]

December 11, 2013

#studystrong, Camp Out in the Libraries for Finals Week

As many students know, the Libraries are packed during finals!  The Libraries are open to students for a quiet place to study, a safe space to stay late into the night (or maybe all night!), a huge amount and variety of resources for that final paper, and, of course, helpful librarians. Many Libraries extend hours […]

December 17, 2012

Which libraries are open now?

Looking for a place to study during the home stretch of the semester? Don’t forget the Libraries’ handy Libraries Open Now page, which breaks down each of your campus libraries’ daily hours. Is your ideal study spot open 24 hours? Maybe you need a color copier to print out a final project, or your laptop […]

December 12, 2012

Get help with end-of-term projects

Have a question about how to organize or research for an upcoming final paper or new media project? There are special services on campus ready to help you plan out and craft your assignments. The Writing Center has peer tutors available who can work with you one-on-one to craft and develop your written assignments. They […]

December 11, 2012

Finals week at the Libraries

Finals week is just around the corner (or, depending on when you’re reading this, it’s already here). The Libraries are ready to help you #studystrong. Need a little more uninterrupted paper-writing time? Check out our full list of extended library hours. Bucket lists, caffeine, therapy dogs – oh my! See our set of stress-busting activities. […]

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