Library Photo of the Week

This week a UW Tacoma writing class got to play our prototype of “Research-to-Research,” a card game inspired by Mattel’s popular Apples-to-Apples. This is one of the ways our librarians bring innovative instruction exercises to the research environment! Look forward to learning more about this evolving activity in a future blog post. For now, please Read More…

Library Research Award: Project Format

Have you been on the fence about submitting your project for the Library Research Award for Undergraduates? Are you worried that the type of project you’ve created isn’t suited to “traditional” scholarly publishing? Worry no more–research looks like many different things! We accept a variety of research projects for consideration for the Library Research Award. Read More…

Library Photo of the Week

(Photo courtesy Johanna Jacobsen Kiciman) Bye-bye, microforms! The UW Tacoma Library appreciates the many times we’ve viewed and scanned your images, but it’s time to free up space now that your contents are digitized and online! Over time, our journals have been digitized so the microfilm we store is no longer necessary. As Cecil Brower (UWT Read More…

Meet our Staff: Lauren Pressley

What did you major in/are you majoring in at UWT? I attended North Carolina State University and majored in Philosophy and Communication. At the time, my college offered a specialty in Small Group and Interpersonal Communication, which was my focus. I also minored in Women’s and Gender Studies. Part of the reason I picked up Read More…

Thousand-Dollar Tips: The Essay

Congratulations! It’s Spring Break and you (or you and your teammates) are thinking about submitting your project to the UW Library Research Award for Undergraduates in anticipation of winning $500-$1000! Your project work is super-important and will undoubtedly add to the growing universe of knowledge in your field. Thank you for that! Keep in mind Read More…