Faculty are often required to measure the impact of their research. Business Library staff can do a cited reference search on your publications and those of your peers. Please contact Michael Enyart, Director of the Business Library, regarding this service.
The Business Library offers print and electronic course reserves services for faculty, teaching assistants, and other instructors who currently teach classes in the School of Business.
To place material on reserve, complete a blue Business Library Reserves form at the Circulation Desk or contact Gail Glaze, Reference & Technical Services Librarian. We will make every effort to have your material ready for students to use within 24 hours of receipt, but there may be processing delays at the beginning of each semester.
- For print reserves, please provide the number of copies you want to be placed on reserve. For courses with large enrollments, we recommend that you provide several copies.
- For electronic reserves, the library staff will assemble or convert the materials and make them available on MyUW for your students.
To view the electronic reserves currently available for your course:
- Log in to MyUW
- Click on the Academics tab
- In the Library Reserves by Department module, find your department
- Click on Show Course List
- Click on the + sign by the course name and then the section number to see the list of reserves
For questions about course reserves and copyright, see the UW-Madison Libraries web page on Copyright & Fair Use for Library Reserves & Electronic Reserves.
To have a book or article delivered to your office, contact Gail Glaze, Reference & Technical Services Librarian.
In-class workshops demonstrating the best databases and other resources for student assignments are available upon request. We offer course-related instruction for School of Business and non-School of Business classes.
Contact Peggy Smith, Reference & Data Librarian, regarding this service.