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Welcome to the W.A. Budden Library

This guide contains information about library services and resources for UWS distance students. For more information about the library in general, please see the About the Library link below.

  • Borrowing Library Materials
    Policies about library accounts and borrowing library materials for distance students.
  • Course Reserves
    Information about course reserve materials for various programs.
  • Electronic Resources
    Access to frequently-used electronic resources, including links to RefWorks and webCampus.
  • Interlibrary Loan
    Information about interlibrary loan services, including policies, tips for requesters, and tips on how to find articles faster.
  • APA Citation Style
    Resources to help students with APA citation style, including RefWorks.
  • Tutorials
    Tutorials to help you use a variety of library databases and other resources.
  • About the Library
    Hours, contact information, library tour, UWS discovery search

What Can Librarians Do for You?

The UWS librarians are here to help you succeed in your academic work. Librarians can:

  • Guide you to the most appropriate databases and resources for your information needs
  • Work with you to create effective search strategies
  • Save you time in doing article searches and literature reviews
  • Locate full-text articles from citations (and teach you how to DIY)
  • Teach you how to find, use, and cite information ethically, responsibly, and professionally
  • Assist you with using RefWorks or other tools to cite your sources

Have a question about something you don’t see on this list? Contact a librarian and ask us!

Head of Library Public Services (Reference, Instruction & Access Services)

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Stephanie Debner
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W. A. Budden Library

2900 NE 132nd Avenue

Portland, OR 97230-3099



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