Knowledge of the UW-Whitewater libraries' resources and how to use them efficiently and effectively is important for UWW faculty, staff, and students. We want to help you and your students do the best research possible. To that end, reference and instruction librarians are available weekdays, as well as most weeknights and weekends when classes are in session. Check for regular librarian hours at the Andersen Library and Lenox Library. Other times may be available upon request. When setting up a class visit, it’s best to contact us early in order to help to guarantee your first choice of date. Individual meetings can be arranged on shorter notice.
You can keep up with new library resources and services by reading the Andersen Library Blog, as well as in our monthly newsletter. A complete list of online Library resources may be found by selecting the Articles/Databases button on the Library homepage. To browse online resources by subject, choose an option from the Subject menu at the top of the A-Z Databases page.
Information literacy instruction is available to faculty, staff and students at both UWW campuses. In this guide we focus primarily on instruction for groups or classes of students. For individual or small group assistance, stop by the Reference or Information desk, or Make an Appointment with a librarian at a convenient time for you.
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Our information literacy instruction is always tailored to fit the specific needs of your course and your students. Please let us know your needs and concerns, and we will do our best to address them.