The 2014 Race & Pedagogy Conference has ended, but that’s no reason to stop thinking and learning about the many topics brought up by the keynote speakers, other presenters, and conference attendees! I definitely have a lot to mull over … Continue reading
First off, welcome to the University of Puget Sound! We’re glad to have you. I hope you had an awesome orientation and a great first week of class. You might be feeling a bit overwhelmed, homesick, nervous – all normal! … Continue reading
Need a break from homework? We’ve got hundreds of movies on DVD, and everything from mysteries to science fiction novels in our popular reading collection. We’ve got a ton of different places to study, whether you want to curl up … Continue reading
Films on Demand is a great resource for finding media. Within that database, Disappearing World is a 35 part series of documentaries recording “disappearing” or forgotten peoples, communities, and customs. Created between 1970 and 1991 by Granada Television International, these … Continue reading
Here’s the list of our most popular full text downloads from Sound Ideas: Current Trends in Occupational Therapy Treatment for People with Stroke 5,159 downloads since Oct., 2011 Aquatic Therapy for Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: Occupational Therapists’ Perspectives … Continue reading
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For John Finney, compiling his alma mater’s family photo album has been a labor of love. Read more. See more archived photos in A Sound Past.
The Collins Memorial Library Archives & Special Collections Summer Research Fellowship is back! The 2013 application is now available online. Applicants may choose one of the four suggested projects or design their own project! Learn more about this summer’s opportunities: … Continue reading
Read about winner Katherine Applegate’s “The One and Only Ivan” from the Tacoma News Tribune! Book inspired by Ivan the Gorilla wins Newbery Medal
NEW YORK (AP) — Author Jennifer Gilmore is reading a biography of the late David Foster Wallace. She’s curious about his most famous book, the novel “Infinite Jest,” and wants to poke around on the Internet to learn more. Her … Continue reading