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Undergraduate Research & Research Apprentice Students: Home/Help

This guide is intended to help undergraduate students work through the literature review and research process.

How Andersen Library Can Help

As Undergraduate Research and Research Apprenticeship students, you will be expected to conduct high-level research using library resources. This might be an entirely new experience for you, so Andersen Library is here to guide you! We have librarians dedicated to individual departments across campus who can help you:

  • Determine which databases are best for your research
  • Navigate library databases
  • Develop effective and efficient searches
  • Evaluate and improve search results

Use the tabs above to help you through each step of the research process. 

Schedule a One-on-One Research Consultation: 

There is a librarian who specializes in your research area. See the Finding Articles tab above to find out which librarian to contact for a research consultation.

Visit Our YouTube Channel for Research Tutorials:

UWW Library Youtube channelyoutube.com/uwwlibrary

Need Writing Help?

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Writing Mentors for Undergraduate Research are available to help you with organization, writing process, and writing style appropriate for a literature review in your discipline.

Visit their Write to the Point blog for writing tips and to make an appointment.

Get Help: Ask a Librarian

Andersen Library Reference Desk
Phone: (262) 472-1032
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