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Badgerlink for Beginners  

Last Updated: Mar 18, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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The Badgerlink web interface is simple to use.  The key to navigating to exactly the resources you are looking for lies in browsing the home page and deciding HOW you want to being your search.

Access Badgerlink resources at school from he HUHS Library Resources page, or directly through  No login is required.  For home access, you'll need to enter a library card number.  If you don't have a public library card, you can select Hartford Union High School from the list and type HUHS+your student ID (e.g. HUHS81515)
Get a complete listing of Badgerlink resources by clicking on the ALL RESOURCES button.
Get a list of Badgerlink resources chosen specifically for high school students by clicking on the STUDENTS button.
If you're looking for a specific type of resource, click on the TYPE of resource you are looking for here.
If you are interested in learning more within a specific field of study, click on the the field you are looking for here.
If you want to search EVERYTHING Badgerlink has to offer, do a SUPERSEARCH!
Check out addtional resources offered by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Navigating Badgerlink

BadgerLink is an online library provided to all Wisconsin citizens through the Department of Instruction. The collection includes access to magazines, newspapers, scholarly articles, videos, images, and music, much of which is not available on the open web.  


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