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Library Stories

UW-Eau Claire actors from In the Next Room wearing costumes that will be featured in the presentation.

Student-faculty display features 19th-century costumes from 'In the Next Room'

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Costume presentation by theatre professor Amanda Profaizer and student Katelyn Sabelko hosted by McIntyre Library

Hmong story cloth

McIntyre staff raises more than $600 for Hmong Mutual Assistance Association

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

The McIntyre Library Staff Association, composed of faculty and staff, helped raise more than $600 for the Hmong Mutual Assistance Association food pantry.

Jill Markgraf

Evaluating information sources in a 'fake news' era

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Jill Markgraf, the head of research and instruction in McIntyre Library at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, shares strategies for finding, evaluating and selecting appropriate and reliable information sources, skills that are more critical than ever given how quickly information or misinformation now can be shared.

Madyson Rhyner in the McIntyre archives

Discovering the hidden treasures in the McIntyre Archives

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Up until about two weeks ago, I had no idea the mysteries that lurked up on the dimly-lit, musty old 5th floor of the McIntyre Library. I had taken a visit to the Special Collections & Archives, an area of which I was not aware of previously, as sort of a class field trip. Upon arrival I met the university archivist, Greg Kocken, and had the tremendous opportunity, along with my fellow classmates, to interact with the Frederick G. and Joan Christopherson Schmidt Robert Frost Collection. My experience with the collection has made a significant impact on my life both academically and beyond the university for many years to come.