Please note: Children’s Wisconsin recently made a security software change and access to many of MCW Libraries’ electronic resources from the Children’s Wisconsin network is currently blocked. MCW Libraries is aware of the situation and is currently testing new models of access. To access resources blocked on the Children's Wisconsin network, login with your OpenAthens credentials, register for an OpenAthens account, or view more information.
The Student Resources LibGuide provides quick access to Library resources of most interest to students. Use the tabs to see the lists of the M1, M2, MSA, MSGC, and Pharmacy Student textbooks and to find availability information in electronic and/or print book formats. Send suggestions/feedback to LibraryTW@mcw.libanswers.com.
Our resources are available anytime, anywhere and on any device. Learn more about how to access resources from off-campus.
MCW Libraries recently acquired subscription access to AccessMedicine’s complete Case Files Collection, which includes 7 titles in the basic sciences: Anatomy, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Neuroscience, Pathology, Pharmacology, and Physiology.
The Case Files Collection features an interactive format to help you learn and retain knowledge, and personalized functionality to let users mark their progress through completed and unseen cases.
Within the Access products, create a free MyAccess Profile to bookmark content and track self-assessment progress.
We are now using OpenAthens to connect to library resources from off campus. When you are off campus, instead of seeing a proxy login page, you should see an OpenAthens sign in page. Choose to “Sign in with your MCW username” and enter your MCW account information.
For students, your OpenAthens login is your MCW account information is your alpha-numeric NetID and your MCW account password.
If you find OpenAthens links on your favorite journal or database websites, you can try logging in with your MCW account using the following steps:
MCW Libraries has temporarily suspended access to all visitors and public patrons at all library locations. The Todd Wehr library will continue to be accessible 24/7 with an MCW ID badge. Librarians are available via chat or email during business hours, and you can arrange to set up Teams or Zoom meetings.
We are happy to announce that MCW Libraries acquired an institutional fellowship to BMJ Case Reports. The institutional fellowship includes full-text access to the journal, and MCW users can submit manuscripts at no cost.