Wisconsin's Academic Libraries

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Strong academic libraries keep us all in a better state!

Libraries on college and university campuses are key to student achievement and research excellence:

  • Students and researchers use the library to find books and journal articles, use electronic resources, consult with librarians, conduct research, write papers, and study.
  • Academic libraries support the social aspect of learning by providing space where students can meet to work on shared projects, and discuss their classes.
  • Academic libraries connect all state residents with a world of knowledge. On campus, you can access traditional materials and archives, as well as extensive online resources.

More About Wisconsin's Academic Libraries

The average copyright year for health and medicine titles in school libraries is 1995—a student using these resources would not learn about mad cow disease outbreak in Britain (1996) or about the cloning of Dolly the sheep (1997).

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