Information geared toward graduate students on topics like:
- Upcoming workshops on tools like citation managers, publishing and copyright questions, and subject-specific databases.
- Information about grants and funding resources and workshops.
- Information about reference and other research assistance, subject specialists, and writing help.
Memorial Library is big. Really big. And sometimes it’s hard to find stuff. Memorial librarians need your help understanding the challenges students and staff experience while searching for stuff in the library building. Resource Discovery Librarian Casey Schacher and Grants Librarian Ellen Jacks are currently soliciting volunteers to participate in a fun, interactive wayfinding study [...]
Described as “the most ambitious single scholarly digitization project ever undertaken,” Eighteenth Century Collections Online (ECCO), is an online database containing records for every significant English-language and foreign-language title printed in the UK during the 18th century. It also includes thousands of works from the Americas. ECCO II, the second part of the original ECCO [...]
Data Day is a one day symposium is intended to cover topics surrounding the use of data in humanities and social sciences research. The event is organized by Research Data Services and the Humanities Research Bridge and sponsored by the UW CIO and Vice Provost for IT and the General Library System. Spread the word and [...]
The Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series has recently been digitized, making the process of accessing historical government documents much simpler. Thanks to a collaborative digitization project between the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries and the University of Illinois at Chicago Libraries, as well as contributions from academic and public libraries across the U.S., [...]
Need a book fast? All UW copies unavailable? Can’t decide whether to recall it or try interlibrary loan? Then it’s time to try Uw-Madison Libraries’ new service, Uborrow. In January, the Library launched a new service called Uborrow, which offers rapid access to books from 13 major research libraries, with combined collections of more than [...]
Southeast Asian Images & Texts (SEAiT) is a digital archive of unique and beautiful historical images accessible through the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center (UWDCC). SEAiT’s mission is to put “rare materials into the hands of students” in order to support scholarship in the field of Southeast Asian studies; a partnership with the UWDCC [...]
The UW-Madison Libraries and DesignLab will host the fourth annual Digital Salon, a one-week exhibition of digital media projects by UW undergraduate and graduate students from Sunday, April 14 through Saturday, April 20, 2013. This exhibition of new media projects showcases artistic and research-based projects that take digital form or rely heavily on information technology [...]
This card became a lot more pertinent as Winter Storm Draco hit Madison this week. Wishing our students, faculty, and staff safe travels and a happy winter break. See you in January! Need the Libraries over winter break? Check our Who’s Open page daily to find out library hours in the coming weeks.
Winter weather is coming – why cross campus to return a book to Memorial Library when you could just drop it off for return at Steenbock? When you check out books from campus libraries, or even get books through interlibrary loan, you can return them from multiple campus libraries. Open Return Book Drops on campus: [...]
Looking for a place to study during the home stretch of the semester? Don’t forget the Libraries’ handy Libraries Open Now page, which breaks down each of your campus libraries’ daily hours. Is your ideal study spot open 24 hours? Maybe you need a color copier to print out a final project, or your laptop [...]