Chalmer Davee Library is home to a host of collections, ranging from government records to popular literature and DVDs. Need help searching the collections? Connect with a librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Curriculum Materials Collection (CMC) supports the curriculum of the College of Education, Business and Allied Health by providing specially selected core materials for users in developing the curriculum for elementary and secondary school students. CMC users include preservice teachers, undergraduate and graduate education students, area teachers and parents who homeschool their children.
The CMC consists of:
- children's literature
- young adult literature
- juvenile nonfiction books
- methods books
- curriculum guides
- teaching activity guides
- a small sample collection of K-12 textbooks
For more information on all of the resources available in the CMC, please view this resource guide.
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MINDS@UW-River Falls is an open access online repository that stores, indexes, distributes and preserves the intellectual output of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Content can include research articles, datasets, photographs, learning objects, theses, student projects, posters, conference papers or other scholarly works produced by the students, staff and faculty of the university. MINDS@UW-River Falls is part of a larger institutional repository MINDS@UW, that collects and preserves the intellectual output across the UW System.
Any student, staff and faculty is able to contribute their research to MINDS@UW River Falls.
In 2008, the Chalmer Davee Library received a generous donation from the extensive personal library of Dr. Stephen Feinstein, professor of European history at UW-River Falls for over 30 years. Feinstein, a renowned holocaust scholar, passed away March 4, 2008 after which his family made the decision to donate his personal collection to the library.
The Stephen Feinstein Collection concentrates on Russian, European and Middle Eastern history and art as well as genocide and the holocaust. At the time of his death, Dr. Feinstein was the director of the University of Minnesota's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
The majority of the books in this collection can be sent to individuals who are unaffiliated with UWRF through regular interlibrary loan channels. Interested parties should place requests through their local library.
Since its founding in early 2000, the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center (UWDCC) has worked collaboratively with UW System faculty, staff and librarians to create and provide access to digital resources that support the teaching and research needs of the UW community, uniquely document the university and state of Wisconsin, and provide access to rare or fragile items of broad research value. The UWDCC has also partnered with cultural heritage institutions and public libraries throughout Wisconsin to create digital resources. Resources within the collections are free and publicly accessible online. They are loosely organized into collections that span a range of subjects including art, ecology, literature, history, music, natural resources, science, social sciences, the state of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin. Digital resources include text-based materials such as books, journal series and manuscript collections; photographic images; slides; maps; prints; posters; audio; and video.
The Chalmer Davee Library and the University Archives and Area Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center, announce the unveiling of its first online, publicly accessible digital collection: the History of UW-River Falls. The History of UW-River Falls collection provides a glimpse into the people, events and organizations that make up UWRF's history. Through photographs, yearbooks and other historical documents, the rich history of UWRF comes to life. The first digital items in the collection consist of 300 plus photographs of people, buildings, athletics and events. The second digital project consists of digital versions of all 58 volumes of the Meletean, UWRF's yearbook from 1912-1969.
Chalmer Davee Library is a designated Federal Depository Library. The library's resource discovery tool, Search@UW, contains significant Federal and Wisconsin government information. The Books and Media@UW Libraries scope searches library holdings for all libraries in the UW System including UW-Madison's Regional collection. Explore below to learn more about our government materials.
Chalmer Davee Library is a designated Federal Depository Library. The library's resource discovery tool, Search@UW, contains significant Federal and Wisconsin government information. The Books and Media@UW Libraries scope searches library holdings for all libraries in the UW System including UW-Madison's Regional collection.
Access to Search@UW is available to all users. However, licensed electronic full-text and e-books are accessible off-campus only to UWRF-affiliated users. Users who are not affiliated with UWRF (known in the library as community users) may access these materials by using kiosks in the library or by bringing a wireless-enabled device to campus and connecting to the University's wireless network.
UWRF users can search for materials on specific topics by using databases, see Databases A-Z . These databases are restricted by license agreements. However, as with Search@UW, community users may access these resources by using kiosks in the library or by bringing a wireless-enabled device to campus and connecting to the University's wireless network. The Government Publishing Office offers an array of no-fee databases.
The print government document collection is available during all hours the library is open. General research help is available during during selected hours, see research help and specialized government information reference assistance is available by appointment.
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Interlibrary Loan and direct UW Libraries requests are available only to affiliated users. Community Users should contact their local public library for interlibrary loan service. Printing is available in the library for a charge.
UWRF is not a depository for any Inter-Governmental Organizations (IGO). Selected materials are purchased from the United Nations (UN), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Bank and other IGO's for the library's collection. Consult Search@UW for specific holdings of print materials and licensed electronic resources.
- Canadian Government Information
- Census of Canada
- Government Gazettes at the University of Michigan Library
- International Governmental Information University of California, Berkeley Library
- World Treaty Index (WTI) is an electronic treaty database spanning the 20th century.
Intergovernmental Organizations (IGOs)
- Links to IGOs at Northwestern University Library
- EUROPA the official website of the European Union
- Euro Stat provides detailed statistics on the EU and candidate countries
- World Economic Outlook Database
World Trade Organization Preferential Trade Arrangements
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
The Chalmer Davee Library is part of the Wisconsin Document Depository Program. The goal of the program is to preserve and make available a record of major state government programs and assure the availability of state documents published by state agencies for use by the public. The Wisconsin Digital Archives permits state agencies to fulfill their statutory obligation to participate in the Wisconsin Document Depository Program with electronic documents by providing full-text permanent access to electronic documents and web content in a searchable database.
Cooperative Extension is a nationwide, non-credit educational network. Each state and territory has an office at its land-grant university and a network of local or regional offices. These offices are staffed by experts who provide useful, practical, and research-based information to agricultural producers, small business owners, youth, consumers, and others in rural areas and communities of all sizes.
eXtension is an interactive learning environment delivering the extension publications. It brings together information from all Cooperative Extension state sites into one search environment.