Changes to print newspapers receipts

Due to poor delivery and budget cuts the library has discontinued many print newspapers. The New York Times, is the only daily paper in the library now, the current issue can be found on the General Interest Magazine shelfing with a 6-month back file nearby.

These  state and nation newspapers have electronic access:

Barron’s
St Paul Pioneer Press
Star tribune
Wall Street journal (Eastern ed.)
Wisconsin state journal

The following databases contain additional newspapers: ABI/INFORM CompleteLexis-Nexis Academic,Newspaper Source Plus 

 

The local papers moved to the University Archives and Area Research Center  in the fall of 2015.   Electronic access to these title can be found in the  Wisconsin Newspapers Digital Research  which provides cover-to-cover access to 235 of Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s daily and weekly member newspapers from April 2005 to present (with a 90 embargo period).

 

 

 

Alexander Street Press video collections

Due to lack of usage the following Alexander Street Press video collection are no longer accessible to UWRF faculty, staff or students.

American History in Video
Black Studies in Video
Filmmakers Library
Ethnographic Video

Films on Demand continues to be accessible.

If you have questions about this change please contact Michele McKnelly.

 

 

 

Meet our fabulous student team…

This week, meet Sierra Hawkins! Sierra Social Media

Meet our fabulous student team…

This week, we would like to introduce you to Laura!

Laura Social Media

From all of us at the Library…

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…We wish you all a Happy New Year and are looking forward to celebrating the Year of Mexico with you Spring semester!

Looking for a good read over winter break?

Ever wanted to be part of a book club? We will be hosting the first of this spring’s Year of Mexico Book Series discussion on February 17; check out “The Conquest of New Spain” by Bernal Diaz Del Castillo and come share what you think on the 17th!

 

The Conquest of New Spain

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Coming this Thursday…

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