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AvailableAUTUMN 2021 UPDATE: The Libraries’ default delivery mode for most UW Seattle instructional services is online/remote. Read more.

UW Libraries Teaching & Learning

    udub iconThe Libraries supports instructors and students on the UW Seattle campus by offering robust services, spaces, and resources for teaching and learning success.

          • Course materials
          • Handouts & tutorials
          • Class instruction & workshops
            • Research consultations & assignment design
              • Collaborative partnerships

          We strive to support multiple modes of learning, including both online and in-person courses. See below to learn more about how the Libraries can support your teaching & learning at UW.

          The content on this page is directed toward UW-Seattle instructors. See also: Teaching Remotely at UW | Teaching support at: UW Bothell and Cascadia College Library & UW Tacoma Library.


          Course Materials

          Course Reserve iconThe Libraries' extensive online collections are available to instructors seeking free and licensed course materials to supplement their students' learning (books, book chapters, articles, streaming media, etc.).


          Ready-to-go Teaching Resources

          Citation Management iconNeed a handout for your students to learn about research? Download or link to one of our ready-to-go online learning objects, or contact us for help with a custom resource or assignment idea.


          Instruction Request Form iconLibrarians are available for orientations, information sessions, research consultations, and workshops by request. Our staff also provide support with assignment design, custom class guides, Canvas modules, and other online-compatible learning objects.


          Who We Are: Principles & Partnerships

          image adapted from FlaticonThe Libraries seeks to provide UW instructors with services and content that follow the principles of learner-centered design, which empower students to be leaders and co-creators of their own learning experiences. Libraries staff also collaborate actively with campus partners to instill lifelong learning skills that students can apply beyond the University to the greater good of our knowledge-driven and globally oriented society.