Wednesday, April 16, 2014

New York Times [AND] Dictionary of American Regional English now available online

Two popular resources are now available online through McIntyre Library. The New York Times, including book reviews, editorial cartoons and advertisements, is searchable from 1851 to the present. The Dictionary of American Regional English (DARE), exploring regional language differences and etymologies, will let you get to the bottom of the soda vs pop debate. The online version includes interactive maps and audio recordings. Both resources can be found via the Find a Database link on the McIntyre website, by title or by topic.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Spring 2014 Off the Shelf

Click here to read the latest issue of Off the Shelf, McIntyre Library's newsletter.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Robert Frost Poetry Celebration, March 26, 4 pm

McIntyre Library, the UW-Eau Claire English Department, and UW-Eau Claire Foundation are proud to host a poetry reading of Robert Frost's work on Wed. March 26 at 4 pm on the 3rd floor of Centennial Hall. Readers will include Chancellor James Schmidt, current Wisconsin poet laureate Max Garland, and current Eau Claire City Council President Kerry Kincaid.

In addition to the poetry reading, select highlights from the Frederick G. and Joan Christopherson Schmidt Robert Frost Collection recently acquired by McIntyre Library's Special Collections & Archives will be on display during this event.

For more information see:

Spring Break 2014 Library Hours

McIntyre Library will be open a reduced number of hours during Spring Break 2014.

Friday, March 14: 7 am - 7 pm
Saturday, March 15: CLOSED
Sunday, March 16: CLOSED
Monday, March 17: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday, March 18: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday, March 19: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Thursday, March 20: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday, March 21: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday, March 22: CLOSED
Sunday, March 23: 11 am - 1 am

For more information see the library website.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Special Collections and Archives Exhibit on 5th floor of Library

Special Collections Exhibit

Leave Feedback on This Panel
Proud to be a University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire student, staff, faculty member, or alumni? Check out the panel exhibit located on the 5th floor of McIntyre Library outside of Special Collections and Archives Department.

Items featured in the exhibit include university photographs and the Periscope (university yearbook from 1917-1995) from our new online digital collections website. Have fun answering our campus-related questions or stop into Special Collections and Archives to look at the original photographs and yearbooks or ask us any questions!

Follow @mcintyrelibrary, #uwecarchives on Twitter and “Like” McIntyre Library and the Special Collections and Archives Facebook pages for weekly updates and exhibit photos.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

New Digital Collections Website Celebrates Campus History

Schofield Hall, winter scene, 1966, AS279.005.012.002
Its official – the McIntyre Library's Special Collections and Archives has gone digital! Since early 2013, we have been creating a digital collections to feature University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire archival collections. UW-Eau Claire students, staff, alumni, and community members can easily view campus photographs and browse or search through a full set of the campus yearbook, The Periscope, from 1917-1995, with this online tool. New collections will be added as we continue digitizing them.

In addition to online items, a panel exhibit is located on the 5th floor outside the Special Collections and Archives Department that features photographs, yearbooks, and information about the digital collections. Stop into the Archives or contact us at (715) 836-2739 or to ask us any questions!

Follow @mcintyrelibrary, #uwecarchives on Twitter and “Like” McIntyre Library and the Special Collections and Archives Facebook pages for weekly updates and exhibit photos.

Thursday, February 06, 2014

Tax Forms Now Available at McIntyre Library

Tax Forms Available at McIntyre Library

U.S., WI, and MN tax forms are available at McIntyre Library. They are located on the 1st floor near the entrance gate. Tax materials are for personal use only, as supplies are limited. Forms may be downloaded online using these URLs:


Monday, February 03, 2014

Exhibit on Nazi Resistance Movement in McIntyre Library

McIntyre Library is proud to be hosting the White Rose traveling exhibit (Feb. 3-19, 2014) which recounts the actions of the famous non-violent student resistance movement in Nazi Germany.  These students distributed leaflets calling for the overthrow of Hitler and his government.  After being discovered, the core members (six young students and one professor) were executed by the Nazi terror regime.

On Thursday, February 6 at 6:30 pm, there will be an opening reception which will include brief introductory remarks by Dr. Carter Smith, chair of the Department of Languages, and a 30 minute lecture “Resistance Movement: Lessons from the Nazi Past” by Dr. Teresa Sanislo, professor of History.  Light refreshments will be served and the public is welcome to attend.

To visit the exhibit, go to McIntyre Library's 2nd floor Breezeway (L2022). It is open for public viewing all hours that the library building is open.