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The Elton S. Karrmann Library provides expert help through professional librarians and experienced support staff at the service desks on three floors, on the phone 608.342.1668, through e-mail email@example.com and via chat service.
Regular semester hours are:
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.–12 a.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.–8 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m.–8 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m.–12 a.m.
Help is provided using print, electronic and multi-media resources. The collections include 253,000 books, 62,000 electronic resources, 285 maps/atlases; over 100 subscription databases, many of which offer full-text journal articles; 90,000 government publications; 11,000 audiovisual materials; 1,000,000 microforms; and subscriptions to more than 1,200 periodicals, and 60 newspapers. Many more journal and newspaper titles are offered full-text online. A statewide interlibrary loan network connecting all University of Wisconsin libraries supplements these materials. Special collections include the Instructional Material Lab on the third floor and the University Archives in the Southwest Wisconsin Room on the lowest floor of Ullsvik Hall in the Luce Center.
The library’s web page, http://www.uwplatt.edu/library, accessible from the main UW-Platteville page, provides access to expert staff, all these resources and more. The library’s resources can be accessed either in the library from over 200 general access computers or remotely from computer labs, residence hall rooms, offices or homes. The library also offers a variety of study areas, reading rooms, audiovisual equipment including listening areas, assistive technology equipment, overstuffed chairs, and a café area with snacks and coffee for sale. The library is committed to supporting individual study and research. We also offer fun paperbacks, movies and current bestsellers for fun and relaxation.
Library Use Instruction
University librarians are available to provide library use instruction for individuals or any classes or to assist with any assignment-specific needs. Arrangements are made with the librarian assigned to work with a specific department. Call 608.342.1668 to find the librarian for your area.
Distance Education Support
The Karrmann Library provides support of information resources to faculty incorporating library components into distance learning environments and to students taking courses at a distance from UW System institutions.
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