Campus Library Digital Collections support UW Bothell faculty and student research and digital scholarship. Current collections include documents, images, videos, maps, and other materials. Digital Collections include open content whenever possible.
Digital Collections Features:
Digital Collections & Services develops and maintains image collections to support teaching and learning at the University of Washington Bothell. Visual materials are used across the disciplines, and our image collections reflect a diverse and interdisciplinary curriculum, including images of the arts, media, culture, history, and more. Digital Collections & Services partners with the School of Art, the College of Built Environments, and other units in the UW Libraries to develop the UW Image Bank.
The UW Image Bank is a digital image database of high-quality images for academic work at the University of Washington. Includes art, architecture, historical materials, and material culture from diverse time periods and cultures.
|Image Bank Features:
UW Libraries Digital Collections
Licensed Image Databases
Digital Collections and Services supports use of the Library's licensed image databases. Please see us for help with any of these resources:
Image library of nearly one million images in the areas of art, architecture, the humanities, and social sciences.
- faculty accounts with instructor privileges
- OIV image presentation tool
- course image groups, organizational tools
- searching for images
- downloading images
- exporting images to powerpoint
News, contemporary culture, and other photography from Associated Press photographers
Images of works of art in American museums.