Below are the most commonly used collections in the Andersen Library:
The Browsing collections at the Andersen Library include popular fiction and non-fiction books, audio books, CDs, DVDs, VHS, graphic novels, and video games. Located on the second floor.
The Curriculum Collections at Andersen Library includes juvenile fiction and nonfiction books, easy books, K-12 textbooks, curriculum guides, diagnostic tests, kits and games. Located on the second floor.
The Libraries are official, selective depositories for U.S. Federal and Wisconsin documents. The government documents collections are located on the first and second floors of Andersen Library and the first floor of Lenox Library.
The Main Collection and Main Oversize Collection contain mostly books. They are on the third floor of Andersen Library and the first floor of Lenox Library.
Print and microform magazines, journals and newspapers are on the first floors of both libraries and are for in-library use only. Current issues of newspapers and some popular magazines are also on the second floor at Andersen Library.
The Reference Collection at Andersen Library contains dictionaries, encyclopedias, manuals and other books that help locate specific information for either a quick answer or more detailed research. These titles are available for 24 hour checkout. The Reference Universe database will help you determine which reference book (online or print) has the information you want.
This area includes the University Archives, Special Collections and the Area Research Center (ARC), which is an extension of the Wisconsin Historical Society. In addition to the ARC's collections, a courier service allows access to the Wisconsin Historical Society's archives and the collections of ARCs around the state. Located on the first floor of Andersen Library.
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