You can now log into your ILLiad account and do everything interlibrary loan-related with your UWGB username and password. Now when you log into ILLiad or submit an ILL request from a library database, you’ll be prompted to sign in
Looking for something to read? Check out our list of new books for December. To search for the call number and location, type the book title into the Search@UW box on the library homepage. Transformational self : attachment
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
Looking for something to read? Check out our list of new books for November. To search for the call number and location, type the book title into the Search@UW box on the library homepage. David and Goliath :
Check out these new graphic novels just added to the Cofrin Library collection! Click on the book cover for more information and the call number.
Cofrin Library provides access to Academic Video Online and Films on Demand, two databases of streaming video content. New videos are added regularly. Here are few new selections… From Academic Video Online: (A)sexual: A Documentary A Country Between: The War
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
The federal government shutdown, which began on October 1, is over. Yesterday, the House and Senate passed the Continuing Appropriation Act, 2014 which was signed into law by President Obama. This legislation funds the government through January 15, 2014 and
Looking for something to read? Check out our list of new books for October. To search for the call number and location, type the book title into the Search@UW box on the library homepage. Religion without god / Ronald Dworkin.
It’s that time of year in Wisconsin. We’ve been hearing from students and visitors to the library: What’s up with all those ladybugs hanging out at the library? So what are they? “Those” ladybugs are called multicolored Asian lady beetles,