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TO-DO (WAY) BEFORE GRADUATING
- Get your Seattle & King County public library cards. They have streaming video & ebooks & some historical resources that we don't have.
- Help build the Libraries’ collections. Come across a new book that the library should acquire? Just email Theresa at email@example.com.
- Make an appointment with the Graduate Funding Information Service (GFIS) advisor to learn about funding opportunities.
- Present a lightening talk on your research at the quarterly Scholar’s Studio.
- When the UW Libraries open, take a time out and visit the Suzzallo Reading Room located on the 3rd floor of Suzzallo Library.
HOW I CAN HELP
- Meet with you one-on-one via Zoom or phone to discuss your research. Just use my online calendar to book at time. Or just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you prefer that mode.
- Be sure to also check with your area studies librarian: Deb Raftus (Latin America), Deepa Banerjee (South Asia), Ian Chapman (China) and Mary St. Germain (Middle East).
- Recommend the best databases to search for your research topic.
- Purchase current books that you need.
- Help track down resources.
- Connect you with services available through the UW Libraries.
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