Collection and Resource Management Division
Information and Services
There are three ways to recommend an item for purchase:
- Fill out the web purchase recommendation form
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with as much information about the item (title, author, publisher, ISBN/ISSN, etc.) as possible
- Send publisher's catalog or other print announcement by campus mail to: Janet Padway, GML W230, or send an email to email@example.com.
If you would like to be notified when the material arrives, please include a note with your request, regardless of how the request is submitted. Be sure to include your name and contact information. One option is to include a note in the notes field of the purchase recommendation form (see above).
Faculty and staff may want to be notified when an item they recommended for purchase has been received in the libraries, either for research they are involved with, or for a course they are currently teaching or preparing to teach.
If you would like to be notified when the material arrives, please include a note with your request, regardless of how the request is submitted. Be sure to include your name and contact information. One option is to include a note in the notes field of the purchase recommendation form.
Internship opportunities are available to SOIS graduate students on an annual appointment.
Fieldwork opportunities are available to SOIS graduate students as staffing allows.
For information, contact the Library Personnel Department.
Report errors in the content of catalog records, such as misspellings, incorrect titles, forms of names, subject headings, classification numbers, etc. by sending an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For technical and navigation problems with the online catalog (PantherCat), submit your comments to Ask a Librarian.
An uncataloged UWM thesis or dissertation that is not currently out of the library for microfilming or binding may be viewed in-house.
Print or save the catalog record for the thesis/dissertation and take it to a library staff member at the Ask a Librarian Desk or Circulation Desk and ask to view the item.
The thesis/dissertation will be retrieved, and you may view it in the Archives Collection during their regular hours.
For a thesis or dissertation that has been returned to the Libraries after microfilming, rush cataloging may be requested using the Rush Cataloging for In-Process Items form.