Universal Borrowing (UB) down

The Universal Borrowing (UB) service, which allows UWW students and staff to borrow materials from other UW libraries, will be down starting on Monday, July 30th.

All UW System libraries will be undergoing an upgrade to the “Voyager” system that powers their catalogs, which includes UB. The catalogs will still be available for searching, however, borrowing between libraries will not be possible during this time. UB will resume in mid-August (August 17 or soon after).

Local check-out will be unaffected by the upgrade.

Questions? Please contact Circulation staff at 262-472-5511 (or email circdesk@uww.edu)

About Barbara

I am a Reference & Instruction librarian, head of that department in Andersen Library, an associate professor, and a member of the General Education Review Committee and Faculty Senate. I've been working at UW-W since July 1, 1990.
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2 Responses to Universal Borrowing (UB) down

  1. Julie Reinhart says:

    During this downtime are UB books that are due, not due? They do not show up in my personal record for renewal is this normal during the UB upgrade?

  2. pf says:

    While the UB system is down items checked out will not be displayed. Once the system comes back up they will reappear in your personal record and can be renewed.

    If you have any specific questions feel free to contact the Circulation Desk 262-472-5511 or circdesk@uww.edu

    patricia fragola
    head of circulation

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