Category Archives: Arts/Humanities, Social Sciences & Science

Diversity and Inclusion Resources: Bibliography of Asian Studies

The Bibliography of Asian Studies (BAS), produced by the Association for Asian Studies, is a comprehensive western-language resource for research on Asia, it contains records on all subjects (especially in the humanities and the social sciences) pertaining to East, Southeast, … Continue reading

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Creative Commons Guide

In order to support our faculty members’ and students’, and their growing interest in creating and using Creative Commons licensed works the library has created a couple of new web resources. Nested within the Open Educational Resources Guide are resources … Continue reading

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Life Skills Collection: Jump Start Your Job Search!

Welcome to April, Loggers! With the end of the academic year rapidly approaching, you may be wondering what to do with your free time this summer or thinking about life after Puget Sound. Did you know that the Life Skills … Continue reading

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Diversity and Inclusion Resources: Africa: An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society

Africa : An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society New to our online collection of reference resources from ABC-CLIO comes a 3-volume set, Africa: An Encyclopedia of Culture and Society. The encyclopedia is organized by country, then by topic, and includes … Continue reading

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Life Skills Collection: Practical Tips for Real-Life Responsibilities

Greetings, Loggers! By now, you know that college life is filled with new responsibilities that aren’t exclusive to your academic growth. Adulting is tough! If this is your first time living independently, topics like managing your finances, maintaining your living … Continue reading

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Diversity and Inclusion Resources: Latin American Newsletters (LatinNews)

Latin American Newsletters (LatinNews) was founded in London in 1967 to provide expert political, economic, and security analysis on Latin America and the Caribbean. For nearly 50 years, it has been acknowledged as the foremost authority on the region. LatinNews … Continue reading

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FTC Financial Literacy Materials Coming to the Life Skills Collection

Do you have questions about your finances? Topics like personal budgeting, credit ratings, credit card debt, and identity theft may not be exciting topics for many individuals, but they can have profound and sometimes lasting impacts. To help inform students … Continue reading

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Life Skills Collection: Expanding Your Worldview and Promoting Inclusivity on Campus

Greetings, Loggers! College life introduces us to a range of human experiences, exposes worldviews that may be unfamiliar or differ from our personal understandings, and provides many opportunities for us to grow individually and collectively in awareness, competency, and active … Continue reading

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A Blog on Zines: From Anarchism to Vacations By Chase Hutchinson

Introduction: This blog was made for the class Humanities 399: Library as Collaboratory. Students had the choice to select from a variety of different projects to expand their knowledge as liberal arts students and grow their knowledge about a small … Continue reading

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How to Judge a Zine by its Cover – And Other Things I Learned from Metadata. By Ada Smith

As I wrap up the Library as Collaboratory course and reflect on what I learned, I am amazed at the stark contrast from what I expected when I signed up for this course. All it took for me to add … Continue reading

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