The library collections on all campuses are currently closed for browsing. Instead, we have a pick-up service. All you need to do is request the items you want, schedule a pick-up time and then go to the library to get your items. See the guide listed below for directions.
If have a a specific article you are looking for, you can usually locate it by searching the title in Search@UW. If doesn't show up in your initial Search@UW search, you can try two things:
By clicking on the "expand my search" checkbox, this will extend your search to articles found outside of our UW-Green Bay Library resources. This might mean that we do not have immediate access to the article you are looking for, but you can place an interlibrary loan request (ILL) to view the article. Requests typically take 1-3 business days.
Once on the result page, click on the advanced search option.
You can add change your search to search for specific fields like the title, author, publication date, etc.
Still can't locate it? Click on the research help page of this guide to connect with a librarian.
Interlibrary Loan allows you to request materials from libraries across the globe. ILL is the perfect way to get electronic copies of articles that the UW-Green Bay Libraries don't own, as well as books, movies, music or anything else you're interested in. Articles generally arrive within 1-3 business days and physical items within 5-8 business days.
Detailed requesting information can be found on the Placing an ILL Request page.