The Cofrin Library has a trial of the ebrary e-book platform through April 1st. The ebrary database contains full text digitizations of of 1000’s of scholarly e-books. You can browse e-books by topic or search for specific subjects, authors, or titles. ebrary can be accessed through our Databases A-Z list.
Downloading ebrary titles requires Adobe Digital Editions, directions for downloading Adobe Digital Editions can be found below.
Feedback or questions can be directed to:
Coordinator of Collection Management
Phone: (920) 465-2384
Adobe Digital Editions is a free software that allows you to read ePub files on your computer.
Download this free software for offline reading on your computer or device.
- Install Adobe Digital Editions,
- Run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions.
- Create a free Adobe ID account
- Use your email address and create a password to login to Adobe Digital Editions
- You can close the Adobe Digital Editions ‘library.’ You only need this software to be loaded on your computer to download eBooks
The Cofrin Library will be updating our guide creation product on Wednesday August 6th. This may result in broken links and error messages when trying to use the library website, especially the database lists and course guides. If you are having trouble finding what you need please contact the library at 920-465-2540 or 1-888-729-4611.
If you are attempting to do research and cannot access the databases, please use Search@UW- the main search box on the library website. Search@UW will locate articles, books, videos, government documents, and more. If you cannot find what you are looking for in Search@UW, contact the library at 920-465-2540 or 1-888-729-4611. Or try searching in one of the library’s multidisciplinary databases:
Academic Search Complete (select “choose databases” above the search box to access all of UWGB’s EbscoHost databases)
Films on Demand
Lexis Nexis Academic
If you are trying to schedule library instruction, please contact Bekky Vrabel at 465-2666 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need help with research or citations, please contact the Research Desk at 465-2303 or email@example.com
For all other questions contact our main desk at 920-465-2540 or 1-888-729-4611.
Thank you for your patience while we make improvements to the library resources!
As the UW System investigates the use of e-books, UW libraries now have access to Wiley Online Library. This collection includes over 14,000 e-books covering a wide range of subject areas, including life, health, and physical sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. Users can search by keyword, title, author, or browse by subject area. Content can be downloaded in PDF format.
You can access Wiley Online Library by going to the Databases A-Z link on the library website. Wiley e-books are also discoverable using our Search@UW search tool on the library website.
Our new Search@UW tool is experiencing some system issues. We have several teams of people with various areas of expertise working to get the problems resolved as soon as possible. Most of the issues have to do with finding recently added books, DVDs, and course reserves. Articles and e-books are working properly.
If you do not find what you’re looking for in Search@UW, you may want to use the Cofrin Library Catalog (now featured more prominently in the green search box on our website), while we get these issues resolved.
Need to gather non-biased introductory and background information on current, social, and political issues? Try CQ Researcher. Each report covers topics in the news. A quick look at recent reports include:
- US Trade Policy
- Alternative Medicine
- Government Surveillance
- Sexual Assault in the Military
- Preparing for Disaster
Each CQ Researcher report includes an introduction and overview of the topic, the current situation, outlook, a pro/con take on the issue written by experts, a chronology of important events, and a bibliography for gathering additional sources.
New additions to our nearly 200 library databases include:
Films on Demand Master Academic: Over 6,000 streaming educational videos from a wide range of disciplines. Stream the videos online from anywhere and you can link to them or embed them into your D2L course.
Counseling & Therapy in Video: From Alexander Street Press, over 800 streaming videos related to counseling, social work, psychology, psychotherapy, and psychiatric counseling.
ArtSource: From EBSCO, this database covers fine arts, decorative arts, commercial arts, and architecture. It includes over 600 full-text journals, over 200 full-text books, and over 60,000 images.
Civil War Collection (Accessible Archives): Primary source materials from the U.S. Civil War time period, including selected midwestern and southern newspapers, soldiers’ journals, the memoirs of military leaders, and regimental histories of selected units.
Search@UW is a new search tool that is the focus of our new library website!
In one convenient search you have access to:
- UWGB books & media
- UW System libraries books & media
- Articles from most of the library’s databases, and much more.
Need more info? Check out our Search@UW Guide. Let us know if you have any questions!
Cofrin Library will be unveiling a new website and search tool this month!
Here’s a “sneak peek” at our new website:
A major component of the new website will be Search@UW: a new research tool that combines searching for articles, books, and more into one single search! It will also integrate the powerful resources available to you from the UW System into one common search interface. Watch for more announcements later this month.
Cofrin Library now subscribes to an additional set of approximately 150 journals from JSTOR. The JSTOR database specializes in providing access to back issues of scholarly journals.
These new journals come from JSTOR’s Arts & Sciences VI collection, which specializes in the social sciences, with particular focus given to economics, education, linguistics, political science, and area studies. View the complete journal title list for this new collection.
To search JSTOR: Go to the Cofrin Library website >>> Click on Databases A-Z >>> Click on JSTOR.