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EDFOUND 341: Urban Education Issues and Policies

Use this guide also for EDFNDPRC 210-02: Intro to Education and Teaching

Taking Online Courses?

Are you taking classes online? You can still use the library! Students who are enrolled in UW-Whitewater online degree programs and live more than 30 miles from campus are considered Distance Education (DE) students. Graduate students are also eligible for these services. These students are eligible for the same services as on-campus students, as well as others listed below.

mail truck imageRequest that items owned by UW-W Andersen Library be sent to your home at no charge. How?

  1. Use ILLiad (InterLibrary Loan) to make these requests,
  2. Indicate in the Notes field of your request that you are a distance education student. 
  3. Provide your mailing address in the Notes field.
  4. You are responsible for returning the item to UW-W at your cost. It is strongly encouraged to obtain a tracking number if you are mailing items back to the library and to ensure there is sufficient insurance should the package be lost or damaged during the shipping process

undefinedUse your UW-W HawkCark to borrow items from other UW System Libraries.

icon: photocopies and scanned copiesA DE student may also place a request for scanned journal articles or book chapters using the Document Delivery service. These will be delivered via UW-W email. Watch this video tutorial to see how to do this.

Any questions or concerns about Document Delivery should be submitted to the ILL department at

If you encounter problems accessing library resources, such as access to library databases or the full-text of articles, see our Troubleshooting guide or call the Reference Desk.