Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Welcome, Mary!

We welcome Mary Hable, our new cataloging assistant. Mary worked in the library as a student assistant, than as an LTE. For the past seven years, Mary was the administrative coordinator for the Friends of the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library and worked on their capital campaign. We are happy to have her back!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Student Art Display in the Library

Sara Ipsen and Erin Cyr have installed their final installation project for Art 382 in the main stairwell on the first floor of McIntyre Library. There are three pieces of photo-mosaics on fabric. Each are portraits of soldiers that are composites of many images. The installation will remain up until the end of the first two weeks of the new semester. Stop by and see this unique works of art.

Congratulations Sara and Erin!

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Congratulations Graduating Student Staff

We are always so proud of the excellent students work here in McIntyre Library. They have excellent dedication and provide great service to their fellow students. All of the rest of the staff look upon their graduation with some sadness that they will be leaving us but with great happiness for their many accomplishments as students.

This semester we have decided that we need to recognize their scholarly accomplishments in a tangible way. We have begun a tradition of dedicating a book to each of our graduating student staff as a way of thanking them for their service and recognizing their educational achievement. Each will have their name placed on a bookplate in a book related to their area of study. This semester we had five graduates.

They are very busy people so we were only able to find a time when two of them could come and get their pictures taken with their books. Pictured are Jessica Leigh Crandall with her book, Ocean, an illustrated atlas, and Dominic Thomas Slauson with his book, Good video games + good learning : collected essays on video games, learning, and literacy. Our other graduating students and their books are:

Nicole Lynn Kriener, Carlos is gonna get it .

Anne Betz, Books a memoir.

Talia Celeste Steuding, Abuelos.

Thank you for working with us and good luck with your future plans!


Everyone at McIntyre Library.

Friday, December 05, 2008

Computers in McIntyre Library

Near the end of the semester every desktop computer in McIntyre Library is often in use.

Don't forget
, (during the semester) we have over 100 laptops available for student check out. When workstations are full see if a laptop is available.

See my reply on the Library Suggestion Blog to a student who commented that we need some rules about Facebook use on Library computers.


Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Gaming on Display

Stop in the library grand corridor to visit Hans Kishel's gaming displays. Take your turn viewing games for all ages and interests, see books related to gaming topics. View his impressive dice collection, roll over to the war games, and win with the display on game design .

Hans suggests gamers might like these sites:

Board Game Geek (BGG)– website that has large amounts of information on all games

My collection of games as listed at BGG

Consim World – website about wargames

Online Retails for games that you probably won’t find at the mall

Website that rates children’s games by age category

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Library fundraiser to buy rice

It's time again for McIntyre Library’s annual holiday giving project, which as in years past is a fundraiser to purchase rice for the Hmong Mutual Assistance Association (HMAA). The current economic crisis, combined with a worldwide rice shortage that has driven the cost of rice up by as much as 50 percent in recent months, makes the need great this year.

The HMAA is a social service agency that serves the local Hmong community in a number of ways. HMAA operates a food pantry and assists in housing, employment and translating services. It works in concert with other area services to assist our Hmong community.
For more than a decade, the McIntyre Library Staff Association has held the annual fundraiser through which voluntary contributions have totaled thousands of dollars. Last year the effort raised $485 to purchase 925 pounds of rice. Many families rely on this service for their basic sustenance.

The project is open to anyone wishing to contribute. Please make checks payable to: McIntyre Library Staff Association, and submit to Dan Hillis, Staff Association Treasurer, 5012 McIntyre Library, by Friday, Dec. 12. Names of contributors will be included on a card accompanying the donation and given to the HMAA. Contributors who wish to remain anonymous should indicate so. Please contact Jill Markgraf (36-5357) with questions.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Author Celebration Display in Grand Corridor

Posters that highlight the publishing accomplishments of UW-Eau Claire faculty and staff are on display. Stop in to see them today in the library entrance, near the new Library Grounds coffee shop.

Friday, November 07, 2008

Story Times Are Back!

Education reference librarian Kati Tvaruzka leads a free monthly story time session for children attending UW-Eau Claire Children's Center, but the children and grandchildren of faculty, staff, students and the general public are also invited.

The 30-minute sessions are held at 10 a.m. on the last Tuesday of every month (September through April) in the Instructional Media Center.

Any UW-Eau Claire student interested in children's literature or reading aloud to young children, or anyone who would like to participate in this program, should contact Kati Tvaruzka at tvaruzke@uwec.edu or 715-836-4522.

Also, to learn more about this program or others offered in the IMC visit: http://www.uwec.edu/library/imc/programs.htm

Thursday, October 23, 2008

New people in the library--GET THE SCOOP in our newsletter

The Fall 2008 issue of Off the Shelf in online at:

Read all about it!
  • new books & databases
  • staff changes
  • chat reference
  • censorship
  • elections
  • more news that you can use

Thursday, October 02, 2008

"It's a Mystery" won by Scott Ritter

Congratulations to Scott Ritter, who won the "It's a Mystery" basket.
McIntyre Library's United Way Raffle Basket featured great mystery-related items, including a vintage Clue game, the DVD "The Illusionist" and even some delicious chocolate.
Thanks to everyone who contributed items for the basket and those who bought tickets.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Election Day is Nov. 4! Make an informed decision

The library has put together a guide to reliable, objective resources to use in preparing yourself to make informed decisions in the upcoming election. In addition to learning about the issues, you can find out how candidates have voted on issues, how to register, where your polling place is, whether or not the claims made in ads and debates are accurate and more. Make an informed decision.

Go directly to Wisconsin candidate profiles at: http://www.wisconsinvote.org/candidates.cfm

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Special Collection Receives Attention During National Archive's Week!

The UWEC Special Collections & Archives will be featured on the Celebrating Wisconsin’s Archives blog on October 13. The blog address is: http://www.archivesmonth.blogspot.com/

Monday, September 29, 2008

Celebrate Banned Books Week by Checking Out the Censorship Exhibit in the IMC

McIntyre Library at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire will display "Censorship in Schools and Libraries," a new exhibit opening Sept. 29.

The exhibit will be displayed in the Instructional Media Center on the lower level of McIntyre Library in observance of the American Library Association's Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read.

Banned Books Week (Sept. 27-Oct. 4) is observed during the last week of September each year. Observed since 1982, this annual event reminds Americans not to take democratic freedom for granted.

The exhibit, which will be on display through Dec. 19, was developed by the Long Island Coalition Against Censorship. Through narratives and illustrations, it chronicles incidents of censorship dating back to the 19th century, as well as frequently challenged books and creative works. Included are descriptions of the censorship of "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," "In the Night Kitchen," "The Catcher in the Rye," "The Color Purple," the novels of Judy Blume and Chris Crutcher, and most recently, the 2007 Newbery Prize winning novel "The Higher Power of Lucky" by Susan Patron.

Information on U.S. Supreme Court and lower court decisions is an integral part of the exhibit, including efforts to censor the popular Harry Potter children's books (Harry Potter books were burned in Alamagordo, N.M.) and the 2003 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the Children's Internet Protection Act.

For more information, contact Kati Tvaruzka, education reference librarian, at 715-836-4522 or tvaruzke@uwec.edu.

Friday, September 26, 2008

UW-Milwaukee Public Historian to Discuss Photos from Japanese Internment Camps

Jasmine Alinder, assistant professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, will present a lecture titled "Concentrating Smiles: Confronting the Photographic Archives of the Japanese American Incarceration."

Alinder's presentation will begin at 5:15 p.m. Oct. 10 in Phillips Recital Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center at UW-Eau Claire. The event is free and open to the public.

Alinder will speak about her research on photographic images of Japanese American internment camps during World War II. She will address problems that museum curators and historians face when incorporating these photographs in exhibitions and other public history venues. Exploring the tension between photographs depicting smiling Japanese Americans and contemporary historians' understanding of the incarceration, she will address the implications of keeping these problematic images confined to the archives and out of the public eye.

Co-coordinator of UW-Milwaukee's public history specialization, Alinder focuses her research on the history of photography. Her first book, "Moving Images: Photography and Japanese American Incarceration," will be published in February 2009 by the University of Illinois Press. Currently she is undertaking a new research project on photography and the law. Last year she organized a community conference on Milwaukee civil rights and is working on launching an educational Web site on the topic.

The lecture, which will be held in conjunction with Wisconsin Archives Month, is sponsored by the UW-Eau Claire McIntyre Library, the department of history, and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.


Leader-Telegram online archive trial through Oct. 12

Search back issues of the Leader-Telegram now through Oct. 12, during which time McIntyre Library is engaged in a free trial of the newspapers online archive service. To access the Leader Telegram archive, go to (http://www.leadertelegram.com/) and click on Archive and Online Edition, on the left side of the screen. This trial will only work if you are on campus. Please note that there is a limited number of users who can access this service at one time, so if it's busy, try again later. Please let us know what you think about this service.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Laptop and Equipment Sale--Wed. 9/17/2008

The McIntyre Library will be teaming up with LTS and selling hundreds of computers, monitors, and other surplus equipment. Included will be the Library's yearly rotation of 3-year old laptops and cameras.

The sale is held in the Council Fire room in Davies Center. The sale will run from 9:00AM to 2:30PM Wednesday, September 17.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Library Grounds Brews Coffee

Library Grounds, the new Sodexho coffee cart has opened in the library. Stop by for Green Mountain coffee, salads, and fresh bakery items.

7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

7.a.m. - 1 p.m.

4 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Library Tours for Students

Fall 2008 McIntyre Library Student Tours

No registration necessary! Times are varied to meet student schedules.
Tours start in the Grand Corridor outside the library entrance.
Tours will be conducted during the four weeks listed below.

Tour Times from September 15 through October 9:
Mondays at 5:30 pm
Tuesdays at 3 pm
Wednesdays at 10 am
Thursdays at noon

NO tours on Fridays

These students never did find their way around the library.

Bill Miller CDs

Bill Miller is a member of Earth Tones, a group which will appear at the State Theatre on September 12. See http://www.eauclairearts.com/calendar.phtml

Check out and enjoy the CDs we own by this Native American flute player:
Cedar Dream Songs
Loon, Mountain and Moon
Native Suite
Raven in the Snow

Library Location: Compact Discs (1st Floor)
Call Number: M1669.M48

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Monday, August 04, 2008

Library hours during August

The library will be open 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. during the month of August. For more information please see http://www.uwec.edu/library/aboutUs/hours.htm.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Universal Borrowing Unavailable 7/29-8/14

Univeral Borrowing will be unavailable Tuesday, July 29th - Monday, August 14th while Voyager is upgraded. Please use interlibrary loan.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Bryan, Systems Librarian

We are happy to welcome Bryan Vogh, new head of library systems. Email Bryan at voghbs, call 836-4962, or find him in his office, L-5013.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Ask Eric

Have a reference question? Ask Eric Jennings, our newest reference librarian. Eric can be reached by calling 836-4076, email jenninge, or stop in to welcome him in L1001E.

Monday, July 07, 2008

Welcome, Bob!

Bob Butterfield is the new library services assistant in the collection development department. He can be found on the 3rd floor of the library, in L3040. Call 836-5947 or email butterfr@uwec.edu.

Thursday, July 03, 2008

Say Hello to Hans

We are pleased to welcome Hans Kishel, our newest reference/instruction librarian. Visit Hans in his office at L-1001A, or say hello by calling 836-2959 or emailing kishelhf.

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Leslie & Betsy Retire

Best wishes for a great retirement to Leslie Foster, government publications librarian, and Betsy Richmond, reference librarian.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

EBSCOHost Academic Search, now bigger and better!

McIntyre Library has upgraded from EBSCO's Academic Search Elite database to the more robust Academic Search Premier database. The Premier database offers access to about 5000 more peer-reviewed journals and provides more full-text than the Elite database. Because the Academic Search databases cover a broad range of disciplines and publication types (including scholarly and popular journals and newspapers), they are often a good starting point for research. If you have questions about the new enhanced EBSCOHost database, please contact the reference desk at 836-3858.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

New Carpeting on 1st Floor - Limited Access, June 19-27

We're rolling out new carpeting later this month. We'll still be open but things will be messy! Because of this there will be limited access to the library's 1st floor from Thursday, June 19 through Friday, June 27.

  • There will be no computer access on the first floor. Computer labs on other floors will be available.
  • The Reference Desk will be closed. Ask at the Circulation Desk for research help or for help locating materials.
  • Call 836-3858 or email library.reference@uwec.edu to set up an office consultation with a Reference Librarian.

We apologize for the inconvenience, but it’ll be worth it!

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Fire System Maintenance

Work on the fire alarm & sprinkler system will be occurring in the library from June 4 to June 10.

Maintenance will begin on the 5th floor & work down.

If the area you are in is noisy, you may want to move to another floor.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Library Survey Winners

Thank you to everyone who responded to our library survey during the last two weeks of school. We had over 2200 people respond to the survey. Many of you took the time to write some terrific comments that will help us as we plan our future. But here is the important news. Who won the Ipod and the Best Buy gift certificates?

IPod - Mandy Brick - Undergraduate

$20 gift certificate - Megan Cherrier - Undergraduate

$20 gift certificate - Andrea Matthiesen - Undergraduate

$20 gift certificate - Amy Streff - Undergraduate

$20 gift certificate - Gabrielle Johnson - Undergraduate

$20 gift certificate - Crystal Boe - Graduate

Thanks you to everyone who filled out the survey!

John Pollitz

Friday, May 09, 2008

Art is Looking Up II

Have you ever wondered about why the ceilings in the Library book stacks are painted black? Daniela Parlimaru found one reason.

They make a great background for her video art. Here are some images from her work.

See if you can find her installations.

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Art is Looking UP

Watch for a library first--a video art installation.

UW-Eau Claire art student Daniela Parlimaru will be presenting her installation on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the library, through the end of the semester.

We hope you will enjoy her work.

Chance to win an iPod


Win a FREE iPod NANO!


One of 5-$20 gift certificates from Best Buy
(Winners will be notified in June)


Complete the library survey at:
Thanks for your help!

Monday, May 05, 2008

Free Coffee Finals Week

Thanks to Sodexho you can get that needed boost over finals week!

Free coffee will be available to students studying in the library:

10 p.m. until 6 a.m.

Sunday through Thursday nights,

May 11 through 15.

Friday, May 02, 2008

Extended Library Hours

Beginning Monday May 5, McIntyre Library will go into Massive Study Mode (MSM). Our extended hours are:



7:00 AM --








MAY 10


7:30 AM -

MAY 11


7:30 AM --OPEN

MAY 12


MAY 13


MAY 14


MAY 15


MAY 16


7:00 PM
MAY 17


MAY 18



Best wishes to everyone studying hard to make the grade!


Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Blogging Consumer Information

The United States government has printed and distributed a popular booklet titled Consumer Information Catalog for many years. This list of government publications from the General Services Administration is a popular source for FREE information on everything from food, health, and housing, to family and small business.

Take a peek at the latest online copy at http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov/catalog.pdf to find out about ID theft, electronic checking, and many other topics. Or pick up your print copy near the Government Publications Dept display case on the first floor of the library, near L1033.

A more light-hearted look at consumer information is found in the GOV GAB blog located at http://blog.usa.gov/roller/

Have fun—and enjoy getting something free from your government.

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Off the Shelf--Spring Issue

Find out what's new in the library: people, music, databases, Web 2.0, and more.

Read about films related to this election year; laugh at strangely named documents.

See how you can help support your library.

Eau Claire Big Read Kickoff Saturday, April 5

Join us as we kick off the 2008 Eau Claire Big Read on Saturday, April 5 at 11am at LE Phillips Memorial Public Library. The event begins the month-long community reading and discussion of Dashiell Hammett's "The Maltese Falcon." Eau Claire city manager Mike Huggins and Julie Rivett, Hammett's granddaughter, will welcome participants and introduce the work. The public and media are invited to attend this free event and receive their complimentary copies of "The Maltese Falcon."

In addition to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, this year the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Foundation has made a substantial donation to help purchase copies of the book to distribute to the public.

The Big Read is a nationwide initiative of the NEA, in partnership with the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Arts Midwest, to encourage reading for all ages. The event asks community members to read and discuss their city's chosen book for a month. Eau Claire is one of only three cities in Wisconsin selected to receive a grant and participate this year.

"The Maltese Falcon" was chosen by a committee of event organizers from a list of 16 books. The book is a mystery, a thriller, a dark, dry comedy and a love story. Independent detective Samuel Spade is hired by a mysterious woman to help find her sister. The same night, his partner and a thug are killed. Suddenly, Spade's innocence is questioned. To prove his innocence, Spade risks danger and death. "The Maltese Falcon" has been said to have perfected the American private-eye genre.

Many events will be held throughout April to supplement and encourage reading. A full list of events appears at http://www.ecpubliclibrary.info/images/media/prps/big_read_text2.pdf.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Story Time This Wednesday!

Join Kati and kids from the Children's Center in the IMC for a 30 minute story program at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 26. In addition to fun movement activities, rhymes and songs, this month will feature great picture books that have all won awards for writing or illustration. Students, faculty, staff and community members are also invited to bring in their children. The storytime is geared for ages 2-5.

These storytime sessions are held the last Wednesday of each month (September through April). The IMC will still be open, but students should be aware that it will get quite loud. For more information contact Kati Tvaruzka at tvaruzke@uwec.edu.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Spring Break Hours

The library will be opened limited hours over Spring Break starting on Friday, March 14 continuing through Monday, March 24:

Friday, March 14: 7:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday and Sunday March 15 and 16: Closed
Monday, March 17 - Friday, March 21: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday and Sunday March 22 and 23: Closed
Monday, March 24: 7:30am - 1:00am

Service desks such as reference and periodicals will also have limited hours. Check out the hours page on the McIntyre Library web site for more information.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Student Worker Wins Student Leadership Award

Stephanie Schiefelbein, who works in the Interlibrary Loan department of McIntyre Library, was recognized February 21 at the 2008 Student Leadership Recognition Awards Ceremony. Stephanie received one of four Student Leadership Awards, which salutes students for their accomplishments. Stephanie is the president of Sigma Tau Delta - Theta Zeta, the English Honors Society, which one of the two Student Organization Awards. Stephanie is standing on the far right in the picture.

Stephanie is beginning her second year as a student worker at McIntyre Library and has worked in the Collection Development department before moving to the Interlibrary Loan department. She is a junior who has a double major, English Literature, Music - Liberal Arts, with a minor in Organizational Communication. Her primary instrument is the Clarinet. Earlier this week, Stephanie learned that the UW Eau Claire English Honors Society won a prestigious National Outstanding Chapter Award.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Credo Reference Collection Trial

We're exploring offering access to some of our reference works online. We are currently participating in a trial of Credo Reference Unlimited. The collection offers unlimited access to over 100 reference works (dictionaries, handbooks, encyclopedias, etc.), on campus and off. Here's a list of titles. We urge you to check this out and tell us what you think. Let us know if you find this useful by commenting on this post.

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Student Research Day Posters now available online

Student Research Day posters are now available through the online catalog (title search on "Student Research Day") and in Minds@UW(http://minds.wisconsin.edu/handle/1793/7198). Some fifty students who participated in the May 2007 Student Research Day agreed to participate in the Minds@UW project to digitize their research posters and make them available online. We look forward to seeing this valuable collection of student research grow in upcoming years!

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

IMC Story Time for February Rescheduled

The IMC story time session reguarly scheduled for Wednesday, February 27 has been rescheduled and will instead be held on Tuesday, February 19th. For more information contact Kati at tvaruzke@uwec.edu.

Friday, February 01, 2008

SEARCH EXTENDED: Head, Library Systems

The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire McIntyre Library seeks a Head, Library Systems, a probationary tenure track faculty position beginning August 1, 2008.

ALA-accredited MLS or international equivalent
Server administration experience
Familiarity with SQL,Visual Basic
Professional experience managing an automated library system
Documented evidence of successful management of web and systems projects
Knowledge of library web design and scripting languages (Examples include HTML, XHTML, CSS, PHP, XML, JavaScript)
Demonstrated commitment to professional development and potential to meet the library’s tenure and promotion requirements
Excellent organizational , interpersonal and oral and written communication skills
Demonstrated commitment to public service

Academic library experience
In-depth understanding of technological trends and developments in academic libraries
Ability to troubleshoot hardware and software problems
Experience with SFX and MetaLib
Experience with ILLIAD and other electronic information loan software
Familiarity with remote patron authentication (EZProxy)

In addition to supporting day-to-day library operations, this position is responsible for managing the information technology resources of the Library to maximize their positive impact on teaching, learning and research for the students, faculty and staff of the University. The Head, Library Systems oversees all aspects of the Library’s Integrated Library System (ILS - Endeavor/Ex Libris’ Voyager) and develops gateways to other information resources, including the Library’s electronic resources, institutional repositories and web presence. The position also provides technical and programming expertise in installing, troubleshooting, maintaining and upgrading system software and in performing critical operations such as extracting/loading data. Working closely with other librarians in a collegial environment, the successful candidate will provide vision and leadership in the investigation and implementation of emerging information technologies.

Send letter of application, curriculum vita, and the names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of three references to:
Kathryn Tvaruzka, Chair
Head, Library Systems Search Committee
McIntyre Library
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54702-4004

To ensure consideration, completed applications must be received by February 29, 2008. However, screening may continue until position is filled. The university reserves the right to contact additional references with notice given to the candidates at an appropriate time in the process. Applicants’ names are subject to public release unless confidentiality has been requested in writing. Names of all finalists must be released.

UW-Eau Claire is an AA/EEO employer dedicated to enhancing diversity.

For a full job description, including duties, please visit: http://www.uwec.edu/acadaff/jobs/.

Friday, January 18, 2008

New to the library? Take a tour!

McIntyre Library offers free tours at the beginning of the 2008 spring semester. And some professors offer extra credit to students who take tours!

The tours are from February 4 through February 14 and last about 30 minutes.

Tour times are:
Mondays......... 5:30 pm
Tuesdays........ 3:00 pm
Wednesdays...... 10:00 am
Thursdays....... 12:00 pm

No need to register. Just meet in the Grand Corridor by the library entrance.

For more information, please contact the library reference desk or Betsy Richmond

Thursday, January 17, 2008

University of Hartford Photography Exhibit on Display

The library and the Department of Geography and Anthropology have collaborated to bring a exhibit of photographs of archeological sites provided by the University of Hartford Art School titled “Sanctuaries from Asia to the Americas.” This Minnie Goldenberg photography exhibit
celebrates the work of University of Hartford students Sarah Rutman, Jessica Hartke, Lenny Schwartz, Rosemary Ferreira and Dan Baird-Miller in Israel, Egypt, Mexico, and Peru. The exhibit is housed on the library's fourth and fifth floors. It will be on display throughout spring semester.

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Tax Forms Available

U.S., WI, and MN tax forms are available at McIntyre Library. They are located on the 1st floor near the DVDs and music CDs. Tax materials are for personal use only, as supplies are limited. The Reference Desk has reproducible forms that can be duplicated for 10 cents each. Forms may be downloaded from Web sites using the following URLs:
www.irs.ustreas.gov www.dor.state.wi.us/

Monday, January 07, 2008

Student Job in Government Publications Dept

The Government Publications Department of McIntyre Library is hiring a student employee. This is an entry level position that will begin with the spring semester. We will provide training. The main duties are the shelving and maintenance of the U.S. and Wisconsin document collections. The student will work 8 hours per week; preference will be given to work study applicants.

To apply, print and complete the application form available at:

Send the form to:
Mary Hayden
McIntyre Library Government Publications Dept
105 Garfield Av, P.O. Box 4004
Eau Claire WI 54702-4004

Questions? Email Mary at haydenm@uwec.edu