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In­form­a­tion & Train­ing

The Lib­rary In­form­a­tion team (Cent­ral Lib­rary, level 2) will be happy to answer any gen­eral ques­tions about search­ing for lit­er­at­ure, use of the WU Lib­rary, and WU Lib­rary ser­vices.

The Re­search Con­sulta­tion team provides in­form­a­tion and sup­port for more ad­vanced lit­er­at­ure searches.

Fit4Re­search is the WU Lib­rary’s eLearn­ing pro­gram. It con­tains in­form­a­tion and sup­port on search­ing for doc­u­ments, re­search­ing a topic, us­ing search tools (e.g. the lib­rary cata­log and Google Scholar), find­ing your way around the Cent­ral Lib­rary, and man­aging refer­ences with pro­grams like End­Note Web, Citavi, and Zotero.


In­form­a­tion on lib­rary cards and the terms and con­di­tions ap­plic­able to bor­row­ing lib­rary ma­ter­i­als.

Lib­rary Ac­count

Pro­cure­ment of lit­er­at­ure

In­ter­-lib­rary Loans
In­ter­-lib­rary loans are avail­able if you need books which are not in the WU Uni­versity Lib­rary col­lec­tion.

Doc­u­ment de­liv­ery ser­vice
The doc­u­ment de­liv­ery ser­vice is for ob­tain­ing articles which are not avail­able at the WU Lib­rary.

Ac­quis­i­tion re­quest
If you feel that a book or peri­od­ical that is not cur­rently lis­ted in the cata­log would be a valu­able ad­di­tion to the lib­rary’s col­lec­tion, you can sub­mit a sug­ges­tion.