Link to March 15 Sheboygan Press article.
From the Fall 2007 Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians (WAAL) newsletter:
UW-Sheboygan Library & Acuity Technology Center
The new University Library opened in May, and an Open House and dedication ceremony for the Library and the Acuity Technology Center was held on September 20, 2007. In addition to the library, the Acuity Technology Center includes new computer classrooms, distance education classrooms, and modern conference facilities and IT staff work areas. Funding for construction of the 28,300 square-foot building was provided by Sheboygan County and a generous donation from Sheboygan-based Acuity Insurance.
The 19,000 square-foot library includes plentiful space and varied seating options for users in a comfortable, attractive and technology-equipped setting, a 36-workstation BI classroom and computer lab, small-group study rooms with complete multimedia technology, improved staff offices and public service areas, and expanded and more accessible shelving for collections. Wireless network access is available throughout the building, with laptops available for checkout in the library.