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  • Individual research consultation

    Use this form to request an appointment for a research consultation with a reference librarian.

    • Murphy Library Research Consultations provide an opportunity for individuals to meet with a reference librarian for in-depth and personal assistance with a specific advanced information research project.

    • Research consultations are offered as a supplement to regular reference services.  Please consider whether we might be able to help you effectively from the reference desk (walk-up, phone, email, chat, or text; no appointment necessary) before you request a research consultation.

    • You should have a clearly defined information research goal already established.

    • You should be able to discuss what you have already found and where you have already looked.

    • When suggesting days and times that would work for your schedule, allow for a session of up to an hour.  Typical consultation sessions may last 15 - 30 minutes.

    • Once you complete the form, you will hear back from a reference librarian via email.  You will then work with that librarian to finalize the day, time and place for your meeting.

    • Sessions will usually be held in the library, but arrangements can also be made to meet in faculty/staff offices.

    • This service is offered to UW-L students, faculty, and staff, as well as to patrons accessing Federal or Wisconsin government depository materials.

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  • Ask-a-Librarian

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    Text: 608-588-8158

    Email: Use our Ask-a-Librarian form

    Call: 608-785-8508

    Visit: Check the reference desk hours

  • 2014 Celebration of Alumni and Campus Authors

    Join friends and colleagues at the 2014 Celebration of Campus Authors from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 21 in the Cleary Center. 

    This year's event includes books written by UW-L alumni as well as faculty and staff.

    The event will have more than 50 books on display, with many authors on hand. A program begins at 4:30.

    Learn more at the Campus Authors web page.

     

     

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