Online UW-Madison Library Access

Exclusive WAA Member Benefit

From work projects and grad school papers to personal enrichment and casual reading, this members-only benefit makes doing research a breeze.

WAA members enjoy online access to the Project Muse, Sage Journals, and ProQuest ABI/INFORM database — all normally restricted to current UW students and faculty.

It’s like having a UW-Madison Library in your home or office.

Library Access

  • To access your library benefits, sign in using your WAA Member ID and look for the Online Library Access Link.

WAA also provides alumni with additional UW-Madison Library Resources.

About Project Muse, Sage Journals, and ProQuest ABI/INFORM database

Project Muse provides full-text access to more than 300 humanities and social science journals from various publishers. Disciplines covered include art, anthropology, literature, film, theater, history, ethnic and cultural studies, music, philosophy, religion, psychology, sociology, and women’s studies.

Sage Journals provides full-text access to more than 700 journals published in the fields of communications, criminology, education, health sciences, materials science, management, political science, psychology, sociology, and urban studies.

ProQuest ABI/INFORM database contains content from thousands of journals that track business conditions, trends, management techniques, corporate strategies, and industry-specific topics worldwide.

For WAA members needing help with hard-to-find research articles, be sure to take advantage of Ask a Reference Librarian. Upon request, via email, library staff at the UW can locate, copy, and deliver by email a limited number of articles that are owned in print on campus libraries.