Find information on spaces, staff, and services.
Search the physical and online collections at UW-Madison, UW System libraries, and the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Find databases subscribed to by UW-Madison Libraries, searchable by title and description.
Find journal titles available online and in print.
Find articles in journals, magazines, newspapers, and more.
Discover digital objects and collections curated by the UW-Digital Collections Center.
Steenbock librarians are prepared to work with you as you prepare your manuscript, publish your research and demonstrate its impact to our larger community of engaged scholars and practitioners.
Attend or request a library-hosted workshop on the following topics (and more):
Attend a workshop hosted by the Writing Center.
Learn about citing sources and style manuals for help formatting your paper.
Use citation managers to stay organized and format your citations and bibliography.
Develop your supporting media with assistance from the DesignLab (undergraduate service).
Faculty and staff may wish to consult with DoIT—Academic Technology or Digital Publishing and Printing.
Find where to publish and how to protect your rights.
Browse e-journals in your research area.
Consider Open Access Initiatives.
Learn to measure author, article, and journal impacts.
Attend or request a workshop on Journal Impact Factors & Citation Analysis: Ranking of Journals and Articles.
Help with author disambiguation/researcher identity including ORCID ID.
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