Join us on April 12 for Library Snapshot Day, a day for Libraries staff and the UW community to wield cameras, share comments, and gather statistics for a 24-hour period to illustrate the value of libraries through stories, photographs and numbers.
We want to see YOU — studying, finding a book, using your favorite Libraries resource or service.
Tell us why you can't live without us! Submit your comment:
The UW Libraries are important to me because...
By submitting your comment, you agree to let UW and UW Libraries use your statements in print or online. Feel free to sign your full name if we can use it, or if you'd like your comment to be anonymous, please use our online comment box and indicate your UW status only.
The Snapshot Day initiative is part of National Library Week (April 10-16), as well as a Washington state-wide effort to illustrate the wide range of activities and resources in libraries, many of which are behind-the-scenes.
Share your photos and comments with us! And then check back at the end of April to see our collective snapshot of the UW Libraries.