COVID-19 Update: The library building is closed to the public. Physical ILL and some resource sharing items are unavailable, but we will make every attempt to fill your request electronically. We can mail our physical materials or create an appointment for curbside pickup. Please return all materials to the drop box outside the library.
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COVID-19: COVID-19 Response

Jim Dan Hill Library's response to COVID-19

What to know

The Jim Dan Hill library building is closed to all users.

During the COVID-19 event, the building is closed to all users. Students, staff, and faculty can continue to access the library’s resources online, and librarians are available for questions by email or e-appointment.

Fines are suspended. Items may be returned via the BOOK DROP outside the library main entrance. For questions regarding fines from the Jim Dan Hill Library, or items borrowed from other University of Wisconsin libraries, please email Jade Jensen. Our Inter-Library Loan (ILL) manager is working with other libraries to extend due dates on ILL materials. Please email Natalie Jersett, with any questions.

Please return ALL items prior to departure if you are leaving the country. Please return all items into the drop box outside of the library.

Off-campus access: Articles, streaming videos, online books, etc. When searching databases or clicking on resources in Search Catalog, you will be prompted for your campus username and password. Once you log in once, you should have permission for the length of your session.

Your Library Account: To check your saved items, renew items you have checked out, or see your requests, login via Login Tab.

Reference help is available through email and telephone or Collaborate (online) for assistance during the following times:

Monday through Thursday 7:45 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday 7:45 AM to 3:00 PM

Library Instruction Faculty and instructional staff are welcome to contact us with the Schedule Library Instruction form to make alternative plans for library instruction, including creating library guides, short videos, or other online content.

Instructional Design and Teaching Technology Please contact the Digital Strategies Team for support.