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Jessica Newman | Steenbock Library

Barb Sisolak | Steenbock Library

Angel Tang | Steenbock Library 

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UW-Madison Libraries Quick Facts

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Essential information: 

  • Start your literature searches and find information about library locations, services, and more at the UW-Madison Libraries website, library.wisc.edu
  • Find books, music, videos, and more using the catalog search.
  • Find the right databases to search for the articles, conference papers, eBooks, and other resources you need using the database search.
  • Your WisCard is your library card for physical materials.
  • Access electronic materials using your NetID.
  • We have many libraries on campus. You are welcome at all of them (during open hours)!

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undefinedFor complete, up-to-date information on library services, resources, and spaces during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, please refer to the COVID-19 Library Dashboard

For more information on COVID-19, including global, national, state, local, and campus resources, please refer to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) research guide.

Welcome from the Libraries!

The UW-Madison Libraries are here to support you. This guide will help you find articles & journals, organize your research process, get library support for your teaching, and discover additional resources. This guide was created by Science & Engineering Librarians, Angel TangBarb Sisolak and Jessica Newman. As the Libraries' Bioscience Team, we look forward to connecting with you during your time at UW-Madison!

UW-Madison Libraries Orientation

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