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College Credit in High School (CCIHS) User Guide

Learn what CCIHS student/faculty members have access to through UW-Green Bay Libraries and how to access resources.

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About this guide

This guide will help you find resources and information for your assignments while participating in CCIHS. Use the navigation menu to learn more. On each page you will find useful sources that will help you learn what you have access to as a CCIHS student/faculty member and how to use the resources.

If you need help with library search tools and resources or help in your research, just click on the Research Help tab to connect with a librarian. For specific questions about access and requesting physical resources, please contact either Melissa Platkowski or Erica Grunseth.

What do I have access to?

  • Thousands of Scholarly Journal Articles, Newspaper and Magazine Articles through Search@UW and Databases
  • Thousands of Books & eBooks
  • Digital and Physical Media
  • 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. 

Never Paying for Resources

As a CCIHS student and faculty member, you have access to millions of resources through the UW-Green Bay Libraries. You should never pay for a resource you find online. If ever you come across a book or article on the internet you would like to use and receive a message asking for money to view, Ask a Librarian for help and we can help you locate the article through our resources or help you place a request.

For more information on how to connect to UW-Green Bay Library Resources while using Google Scholar, navigate to our Using Google Scholar Page of our guide further instructions.

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