To find resources from UW-Whitewater and all UW System libraries, use Research@UWW, which is the center search box on the libraries' homepage. To only find physical materials at the UW-Whitewater campuses, choose the "Books, Media & more (UW Whitewater)" option then run your search. You will need to collect and use the call number and location to find items.
To find more details about borrowing borrowing from either UWW campus' library, look on this webpage:
If the UWW library you use does not have the item you need, or if it has already been checked out by someone else, current UWW faculty, staff, and students can usually borrow it from another library. Which lending service to use depends upon the resource you wish to borrow. For assistance, please contact a reference librarian.
How? Check out the How to Borrow From Other Libraries guide.
This service is available to faculty, graduate students and distance education students. Upon request we retrieve journal articles from within the Libraries’ physical collections, scan them, and then load the PDFs in the requester’s online ILLiad account. For more information, see the Document Delivery tab of the How to Borrow from Other Libraries guide.
To find out about borrowing materials from outside Andersen and Lenox libraries, see the Borrow from Other Libraries tab.
This video shows how to use Research@UWW to search all UW campus libraries' catalogs simultaneously and place requests to have books, videos, or government documents sent to Andersen Library's Circulation Desk or Lenox Library's service desk. Requested materials typically arrive in 2-5 weekdays, however, during the COVID-19 crisis requests are taking longer to arrive. You must be signed in (with your UWW Net-ID) to place requests; this UW Request service is free but available only for current UWW students, faculty, and staff.