Digitized images offer intriguing mysteries about Wisconsin history.
How do you get started with research on a specific topic?
With more than 200 information databases, more than 46,000 periodicals, hundreds of thousands of books, and a website with many, many choices, it’s good to know that librarians have assembled the most relevant resources for each major and gathered them together into subject guides.
Watch the one-minute video below for a quick introduction to researching a specific topic using the Murphy Library Subject Guides.
Join colleagues to celebrate the contributions of Les Crocker, UWL professor emeritus of art.
The Chronicle of Higher Education is now available off campus using these login instructions.
Consider using Murphy Library Digital Collections for use in lectures, coursework and research.
The LexiNexis platform will go offline on March 31, 2018, to be replaced with Nexis Uni. This is an extension from the original end date of January 31.
Credible, comprehensive resources for the upcoming election.
The 2018 C.A.L.L. Conference About Libraries & Literacy is being held on campus Thursday, February 1.
If you have created an account for free access to the New York Times Digital Edition, remember that you have to re-activate that pass every year.
Keep up with current news using the many credible sources available through Murphy Library.