Librarians are available to answer questions about library resources, research strategies, focusing a topic, citing sources, evaluating information and more. More information can be found on our Subject Librarians page.
UW Bothell students, staff and faculty can request books to be pulled from the shelf and held at the Circulation desk downstairs by clicking on "Request / Place Hold" while searching in the online catalog. Staff will then pull the books from the stacks and hold them for pickup behind the library circulation desk.
Computer Workstations and Printing
One Adaptive Technology Workstation: priority is given to UWB and CCC students who can also reserve it for 2-hour periods of time (call 425-352-5251 or email email@example.com). It is equipped with a Windows computer with standard Information Commons software
plus the following:
Powered, height-adjustable workstation
26" High contrast widescreen LCD monitor
Accessibility hardware and software including:
Acrobat LCD Video Magnifier
Webcam with Skype
Epson GT-2500 8.5" x 14" scanner with a duplexing automatic document feeder
Jumbo Trackball, standard mouse, Touchpad, Large print keyboard
Two wheelchair accessible (height-adjustable) computer workstations are also located in the Information Commons.
The color printer in the Information Commons may be more accessible for some, and it can be used for both color and black and white printing. Printing color pages is $.75 each for letter size single-sided, and black and white pages is $.12 each for letter size single-sided. (You must select "Print in B&W only" from the Properties button of the color printer to get the B&W pricing.) The color printer does not print double-sided. Help with printing is available at the Tech Desk on the first floor of the Library.
There are two disability parking stalls on Campus Way NE, north of the pedestrian overpass. One stall is free parking for one hour, and the other stall has a paid parking meter
South Parking 1 has 18 disability parking stalls on Level 2 of the garage
The Campus Way entrance has a level approach, 36 inch doorways, and an automatic door with paddle controls
The promenade entrance has a level approach, 36 inch doorways, and an automatic door with paddle controls
The elevator in LB-A serves the Lower Level through Level 1. The two elevators in LB-1 serve Level 1 through Level 3.
Drive-up Book Return
There is a book return at street level on NE Campus Parkway, south of the pedestrian overpass.
Restrooms with automatic doors with paddle controls are located on the 1st and 3rd floor.