#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!
Throwback Thursday… SNO in the snow! We know that the campus closures of early February may feel disruptive. Please know we are here to help you with your research (coming up with a topic, finding sources, etc.), and that you’ve got a warm place to study due to our extended hours!
Spotted in the office of one of our librarians. What a gorgeous woodblock print! If you need any book recommendations, check out the New Books display in the SNO lobby, or our displays in SNO (Civil Rights) or in TLB (Climate Change). #UWTLibraryPics
Check out the amazing Hibiscus plant in the Snoqualmie Building. Happy Valentine’s Day from your @UWTLibrary! #UWTLibraryPics
3D Printing in the Library? Yes! Just ask us! And check out the Thingiverse website if you want some design ideas! (Photos courtesy Johanna Jacobsen Kiciman) #UWTLibraryPics
SNO powerhouse at night… come on in and study! We are open until midnight Monday-Thursday! #UWTLibraryPics
In honor of Black History Month (also called African American History Month), the UW Tacoma Library has a new exhibit up in the Snoqualmie Building. We wanted to highlight literature written by contemporary African American authors (such as Jacqueline Woodson’s Brown Girl Dreaming), as well as scholarship about the Civil Rights movement. To enhance the relevance Read More…
If you’ve walked through the Library this week you may have noticed boards posted near the entrances of the Snoqualmie and Tioga Library Buildings. They’re there to assess how the UW Tacoma community uses Library and Teaching and Learning Center. As you pass through, please take a moment to put up a little sticker in Read More…
SNO and TLB in 2018…. Here’s to an awesome quarter, Huskies! We are here to support you. Be boundless!
As the Chancellor announced last week, planning is underway for to update the Snoqualmie/Tioga building complex. These redesigns will have significant, lasting impact on the infrastructure and services that support student success. For the Library, this is the single most important thing happening at the moment, and we would like to encourage you all to Read More…