This research guide provides resources and tools for conducting research in Public Health. The guide includes links to a number of resources available through the Ebling Library, including databases, journals, EBooks, and more. For assistance with your research, please feel free to reach out to your library liaison, Paije Wilson.
Below are some helpful services the Ebling Library offers. You can also access these from the library's HELP page.
The Ebling Library Homepage contains a wealth of information relating to library services, including links to databases, research guides, building hours, contact information, liaisons, and several other resources.
Corpus Callosum, Ebling Library’s online arts journal, is accepting all manner of original visual, written, and multimedia art from students, faculty, and staff in the UW-Madison’s health sciences departments and schools and employees of UW Health.
Submissions are welcome from February 7th to March 6th, 2024.
Here are the submission details: https://ebling.library.wisc.edu/corpus-callosum/submission-page/
Send photographs, photos of your paintings, photos of your fabric work…send poems, short stories, pieces of music…the sky is the limit! Please note that some of our submission details have changed. Need a little inspiration? Examples from our last seven issues.
Something you didn’t find in the submission form? Email: email@example.com
1. Get Your Wiscard
Students can get a Wiscard through the University's Wiscard Office. For information on how to do this, visit this page.
2. Activate Your NetID
After you have your Wiscard, you will need to activate your NetID and password in order to use library resources from off-campus. To do this:
3. Access Resources Off-Campus
To access library resources off-campus you will want to access them either through:
If you're not already logged in, clicking a link to the resource from any of the above pages will redirect you to a login screen, where you can enter in your NetID credentials. This will allow you to access links to full text materials that may otherwise be behind a paywall.
You can also access materials off-campus through the library's Bookmarklet Tool. Click here for information on how to access and use the tool.