Critical digital pedagogy: A conversation with Sean Michael Morris

What does critical digital pedagogy look like in practice? There’s no one answer, but conversations on the topic lead to some interesting places. Earlier this month, the Emerging Practices Reading Circle hosted An Urgency of Teachers co-author Sean Michael Morris for a conversation about critical digital pedagogy, renegotiating classroom power structures, and taking time to Read More…

How we work together: Tools for collaboration

The UW Tacoma Library staff have a long history of openness to new ways of working if it means serving our students, faculty, staff, and community better. Over the past few years we have been experimenting with tools to enable better collaboration and communication. Several have been particularly beneficial for us, and we thought that Read More…

Library STFC Update: Winter 2019

This is Tim Bostelle, Head of IT for the UW Tacoma Library, and I’d like to take a second to talk about equipment funded by the UW Tacoma Student Technology Fee Committee, the STFC. The STFC is a student-run organization which meets every year to decide how to use your Student Technology Fee to fund Read More…

Printing Changes in the Library

Major upgrades to mobile printing and the printing infrastructure in the Library arrived over the Winter break, courtesy of the Library, UW Tacoma Student Technology Fee Committee, and UW Seattle’s Creative Communications. Simplified Mobile Printing The first change is that students no longer need to download a driver for their laptop and instead simply visit Read More…

Finding and Using Open Resources

Finding openly licensed resources is not difficult, and with the help of Washington’s Open Attribution Builder it is very easy to correctly attribute the work to its’ author. In Google Images, use the “Tools” button after you run a simple search to limit your results to openly licensed images. Choose a license from the drop Read More…