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UW Magazine Feature Story: Digital Dynamo- UW Libraries Expands Access to Digital Resources and Learning for Pandemic and Beyond
UW Libraries expands online resources during pandemic
Ancient Coins Seized at US border find a home with UW Libraries (KIRO 7 TV, multiple media)
UW Libraries Student Awarded ALA Spectrum Scholarship
Academic Libraries Transition to Digital Information Gateways
Director of UW Foster Business Library quoted in BizEd
Starting Early: High school students in paid internships at academic libraries
University of Washington, Princeton and Ohio State are featured in this article from ACRL
Collaboration & Innovation: The Story of an Open Pedagogy Project on Critical Filipinx American Histories
Libraries leads student/teacher partnership to create new textbook
For the Public Good: Social Distancing with Online Events, ACRLog
Costs Outstrip Library Budgets | Periodicals Price Survey 2020- Library Journal 4.23.2020
Contributing author: Sion Romaine, UW Libraries Director, Acquisitions & Rapid Cataloging Services,Collections & Content Associate Librarian, University Libraries
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grants $1 million to support collaborative conservation
Portraits of Change Exhibit In Allen Library:cultural disruption, poverty and homelessness.
Featured story in Real Change news
King 5 News Features UW Libraries Kearney Barton Collection
Katrina Belton, Preservation Specialist, University of Washington Libraries in Seattle, Wash., will receive the Jan Merrill-Oldham Professional Development Grant for 2020
UW’s East Asia Library to be renamed the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi East Asia Library
Libraries announces $6 million endowment from Tateuchi Foundation for East Asia Library
From The Daily: Is Wikipedia Telling The Truth?
UW Libraries and Labor Archives addresses systemic bias with "edit-a-thon" event.
Andrew Weaver Receives iPRES2019 Honor
University of Washington's Media Preservation Librarian honored for work in digital preservation by iPres, the premier and longest-running conference series on digital preservation.
‘No-No Boy’ went from unknown book to classic thanks to UW Press and Asian American writers. Now, it’s at the center of a controversy.
Seattle Times, June 13, 2019
Get ready for Earth Day: A new Allen Library exhibit
The Daily, April 15, 2019
Azusa Tanaka named one of Library Journal's 2019 Movers & Shakers
Library Journal, March 7, 2019
UW anthropologist connects communities to archive of Khmer Rouge-era Cambodia
UW News, March 7, 2019