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Japanese Language and Culture: Getting Started

Library and other resources for the study of Japanese Language and Culture

Search@UW

Search@UW provides an integrated search and discovery experience across a wide range of print and e-resources, including UW-System and UW-Milwaukee print collections, digital images, institutional repositories, and collections of academic literature and journal articles. Users can view search results in a single sortable list or use facets to narrow down results by item type, date, location, etc.Sign in with your ePantherID to easily request items from other campuses, check the status of items you have on loan and more.

Consult the Search@UW Library Guide for detailed user instructions, online video demonstrations and troubleshooting tips.

WorldCat: Open Access Version

Google Scholar

Off campus?  Set Google Scholar to link to Get IT! at UWM:
   From the Google Scholar home page
   Click on the "Settings" gear on the top of the page
   Select “Library Links” from the left column
   Enter “University of Wisconsin Milwaukee” in search box
   Check the "UWM" and “Open WorldCat” boxes that appear
   Save!
Then search - when you find a good article - 
Click on the Get IT! (UWM Libraries) link - not the title 

Google Scholar Search

Get To Know The UWM Golda Meir Library

UWM Library exterior with fountain

FALL 2020 RE-OPENING PLANS

Building Information & Floorplans

Hours for Service Points & Collections: Study areas and service points are open different hours. The Daniel M. Soref Learning Commons, on the first floor west wing, is open 24 hours Sunday through Thursday during the Fall and Spring semesters, with reduced hours on Friday and Saturday.

Tours & Workshops at the UWM Golda Meir Library: We offer a variety of instructional services by request which may be requested by UWM faculty, staff and students for yourself or a group.

Printing On Campus: Wēpa Print Away instructions for setting up printing in the UWM Golda Meir Library and elsewhere on campus.

Frequently Asked Questions: A link to the most common questions about the UWM Golda Meir Library.

Researchers Guide to the UWM Libraries: Library resources and services geared to graduate and doctoral students, as well as faculty.

Obtaining Non-UWM Resources

UW-System Borrowing: You may place requests for materials from other UW-System Libraries. Allow a minimum of 3 working days for processing. After placing UW-System Borrowing requests, track them through your Library Account.

If the UWM Libraries or other UW-System Libraries do not have items that you need, there are other options that may help you obtain materials from other libraries.

Interlibrary Loan: When articles and materials are not available through UW System Borrowing, obtain them by making a request through ILLiad. Graduate students may request articles using the Rush Request Service to receive articles in 24 to 48 hours. For more on ILLiad, see FAQs. (Exception: Items that are held at the UWM Libraries, but are on reserve or are checked out, may NOT be requested through Interlibrary Loan).

Get Help in the Library

Databases & Guides by Subject

Searching for Known Journal Citations

Contact Information

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Katherine Bowes
Contact:
UWM Libraries - West Wing
414.229.7376
kbowes@uwm.edu