Digital archives

Community-Based Digital Archives

UWB/Cascadia Library Digital Collections support UW Bothell faculty and student research and digital scholarship. Current collections include student- and faculty-produced oral histories, documents, images, videos, maps, and other materials related to faculty and student research.

The archives are accessible to the public, and there’s no need to visit the library on campus. As part of the UW Libraries’ Digital Collections, the UW Bothell archives are preserved and freely available with open access on the internet. 

Community Voices Collection

The Community Voices Collection is an archive of oral histories conducted by - and with - University of Washington Bothell students, staff, faculty, and community members.

Feminist Community Archive of Washington

The UW Bothell Feminist Community Archive of Washington (FCA-WA) documents and preserves the work and history of feminist social justice organizations in Bothell and the Puget Sound region.

Northwest Prison Archive

New! The Northwest Prison Archive aims to provide researchers, policy-makers, students, and others with primary sources into the history and ongoing reality of mass incarceration in Washington state and the broader Northwest.

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Denise Hattwig
Curator of Digital Scholarship and Collections at University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia College (UWB/CC) Campus Library

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Library archives support research, teaching

Hattwig works closely with faculty and students to develop new content, in alignment with campus values of diversity and community engagement.

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