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 Photo of the Week

(Photo courtesy of K. Whitney) The UW Tacoma Library has more than books on your research topics — we have loads of materials for all manner of things a college student is interested in! Browse the shelves near the Research Help desk in SNO for: Writing Resources (7-day loans) Examples: Research paper writing, citation style 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…

Library Photo of the Week

Meet four out of our five University of Washington Libraries Student Employee Scholarship Winners for 2019! Kari, James, Risty, and Christy (and Erika, not pictured), all received a $1,000 Scholarship for their outstanding work at the UW Tacoma Library and their reflection essays about what working at the Library means to them.  Student supervisors were Read More…

Library Photo of the Week

Did you know the UW Tacoma Library is home to almost 100 interviews with community members, activists, and civic leaders? The Tacoma Community History Project is an oral history collection created by University of Washington Tacoma students and under the supervision of Professor Michael Honey. The project recordings, interview transcripts, and student research papers can Read More…

Library Photo of the Week

#UWTLibraryPics The UW Tacoma Library has been hopping the past week, with students working on papers at research help, and folks taking advantage of our extended hours (until midnight, Monday-Thursday). Come on in, get the support you need (calculators! computers! conversation!). Proud of you, Huskies!