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
The Cofrin Library holds two copies of most theses granted by UW-Green Bay, one in our University Archives and another in our circulating collection. All theses held in the library have a record in Search@UW, the library’s finding tool for books,
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
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,
Cofrin Library recently extended the quality and reach of its resource sharing capabilities by agreeing to join in a reciprocal partnership with Minitex. Minitex operates at the University of Minnesota and is a clearing house for a publically supported network
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,
Many courses make use of the library’s Guides (aka course guides, research guides, or LibGuides) which are created by the librarians to direct students to pertinent and valuable academic sources for their assignments and projects. In some respects, these guides serve as
We have a new research guide on the topic of gun control and gun violence. Created by students in Joe Hardenbrook’s Information Science 410: Advanced Information Problems class, students worked in teams to compile library databases, books, websites, media, and
Can the value of a library’s services be measured? Most of us would confidently wager that the students who use the library and take advantage of its services are at a distinct academic advantage over the students who do not.
March is Women’s History Month. The library has put together a guide with resources for finding books, videos, articles, websites, and primary sources covering women’s and gender studies: http://libguides.uwgb.edu/women. Check it out!