This page contains information on a few other types of resources that can be found in the library along with an example from each category. You can also use Search@UW to find the resources you are looking for.
These categories include:
What are directories?
Directories provide information for identifying or locating people, organizations, or institutions in various subject areas. Telephone book are the best known directories. Here are a few examples of directories available in the UWSP library.
What are yearbooks?
Yearbooks provide a historical record of, and usually an evaluative commentary on, the year's developments in a particular field. Here are a few examples of the yearbooks available at the UWSP library.
What are bibliographies?
Bibliographies are lists of books, journal articles, conference papers, dissertations, reports, etc., on particular subjects or authors. They can provide a good starting place for research. Here are a few examples of the bibliographies available at the UWSP library.
What are chronologies?
Chronologies present information arranged by the time sequence of their occurrence. Here are a few examples of chronologies that can be found in the UWSP library.