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ORG LEAD 198: Introduction to Leadership

Ashley Heath | Lynn Brandt

About this guide

This guide will help you find resources and information for your assignments in ORG LEAD 198. On each page you will find useful sources that will help you meet the requirements of your assignments for this course, specifically your papers. 

If you need help with library search tools and resources, just click on the Research Help tab. For other questions about your assignment, consult with your professor.

What's Available to Online Students?

  • On-campus & off-campus access to UW-Green Bay Library's collection of online databases, containing millions of scholarly articles, magazines, and newspapers.
  • Access to over 200,000 books available in Search@UW in addition to thousands of articles.
  • Millions of books available across the globe from WorldCat via our interlibrary loan service.
  • Home delivery of books. 
  • Research assistance with a librarian by phone, email, instant message chat, or in-person.
  • Course and Topic Guides that direct you to helpful resources.
  • Library Spaces: If you live near a UW-Green Bay Library location, there are many great spaces to utilize for studying. 

Visiting Other Libraries Near You

Other UW Libraries

You can visit any UW campus library and check out materials from there with your UWGB ID card. When you are finished, you can return materials back to their home library or at UWGB and we will send them back for you. For more information, check the Find Books and Media page.

Other NEWIL Libraries (Northeast Wisconsin)

If you live in the Green Bay area, you may obtain a Courtesy Pass from the Cofrin Library (Green Bay Campus) Public Services Department to use any of the local public, academic, or special libraries that belong to the Northeast Wisconsin Intertype Libraries Consortium (NEWIL). This courtesy pass will give you a one time borrowing privilege at those institutions. To find out if the library you need participates, or to obtain a courtesy pass, please contact the Research Desk at 920-465-2303 or refdesk@uwgb.edu.

Your Local Public Library

If you are looking for a good place to study, your local public library is often a good alternative. However, they may not always have access to the specialized scholarly resources that you need. Check out the Find Books and Media and Find Articles pages for these types of resources.

ID Card for Online Students

Your UWGB ID card serves as your library card. If you are an online student and do not have your ID card, you would have received a letter containing your ID number when you were accepted into the program. If you did not receive your letter, or misplaced it, contact the IT Help Desk at 920-465-2309 or email helpdesk@uwgb.edu for assistance.