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English 200 Folk Tale Project Resources: Home

This guide is to help students in Dr. Lissa Schneider-Rebozo's English 200 class with their Folk Tale projects.

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How to Put a Hold on a Physical Item in the Library Fall 2020

For the health and safety of our library staff and patrons, library patrons may not take library materials off the shelves. Instead, patrons must request for physical items to be placed on hold for them in advance. Once items are ready, they will be placed on the hold shelf in the library or patrons can arrange for curbside pickup. View the handout or video below for how to place a hold on physical library materials.

If you are having trouble with putting an item on hold email us at circulation@uwrf.edu or call us at 715-425-3321.

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How to Get Library Assistance Fall 2020

There are many ways you can get library assistance:

  1. Fill out an Ask a Librarian Form
  2. Set up a research appointment 
  3. Contact your liaison librarian
  4. Call the library at 715-425-3321
  5. Ask for help at the front desk in the library*

*Virtual reference sessions with librarians are encouraged. Face-to-face sessions will be limited to 15 minutes or less.

Research Help Schedule Fall 2020

Library staff can provide basic research assistance at all times the library is open. 

Librarians are available for in-depth assistance:

Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Friday
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Virtual reference sessions with librarians are encouraged. Face-to-face sessions will be limited to 15 minutes or less.

Hours vary during the summer and intersessions.

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Search Tips

Use AND to indicate words that must be somewhere in the source

  • Example: Rumpelstiltskin AND Grimm 

Use OR to indicate synonyms where only one of the words must appear in the source

  • Example: folktale OR folk tale 

Use quotation marks for terms that are more than one word long

  • Example: "Little Red Riding Hood" 

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Kim Westberry
Contact:
263 Chalmer Davee Library
715.425.4918