University Libraries is offering a variety of workshops in March 2021 to enhance your library skills, introduce new tools to make your research more efficient, and more.
We've seen an influx of questions about where to return rented textbooks, iClickers and other equipment. Find out what items should and shouldn't be returned to Waldo Library.
Waldo Library’s first floor will reopen for the spring semester on Thursday, January 7. The Library continues to be open to WMU users only at this time.
Guidelines have changed to limit the records accepted into the WMU Archives. Documents with historical significance or records that must be retained for eight or more years will continue to be received.
University Libraries is removing several return dropboxes from across campus in order to keep library employees and our community healthy and safe. The following dropboxes will be temporarily unav
We have created a guide that summarizes the collection changes resulting from our significant budget reduction. This guide provides information about the budget reduction, our strategies for absorbing it, and lists of affected print and electronic journals and serials, databases, and ebook packages.
From old cars to new roles, the 2019-20 Annual Report highlights our impact on campus, the community, our profession and more.
We now have loaner webcams ready for students to check out at Waldo Library.
We want to alert you to additional library collection changes that will take effect this fall.
The University Libraries’ subscription to Web of Science will end on Dec. 31, 2020.