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April 7, 2016

Matilda wins 2016 UW Book Madness

“I’m wondering what to read next.” Matilda said. “I’ve finished all the children’s books.” The 2016 UW Book Madness champion is Matilda by Roald Dahl. Matilda took the win by overpowering Jane Austen’s Emma  with 57 percent of the vote in the final found. Matilda had strong showings throughout the most of the rounds of […]

January 15, 2016

Let the Libraries Help You Finish the Year Strong! Words of Advice from Library Student Assistants!

By Erin Doherty, Student Library Communications Assistant Welcome back, Badgers! We hope you had a fantastic winter break and we’re excited to start the spring semester with you. If you’re new to campus, welcome! Thousands of UW students take advantage of the UW Libraries every day. Maybe you come so often that the reference librarians […]

September 8, 2014

Information Specialist Internship Program (ISIP) – Offering Students a Fresh View of the Libraries’ Abilities

Technology allows for nonstop, free flowing information, all day, every day. It’s the world we live in. But understanding how to gather and harness information requires special skills. That’s where libraries and information specialists become critical. The University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries are on the cutting-edge when it comes to training students in information services thanks […]

July 10, 2014

Natasha Veeser named as Head of Communications for UW-Madison Libraries

The UW–Madison Libraries, Vice Provost Ed Van Gemert, is pleased to announce that Natasha Veeser, currently the Senior Public Relations Specialist for the UW-Extension, Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning (CEOEL) division, has been selected as the new Head of Communications for the Libraries. “Natasha Veeser brings a broad communications background to the Libraries,” says Vice […]

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