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Use this guide to get started with your physical therapy research!

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Physical Therapy @ Collins Library

historical anatomical drawing

Anatomical Figure from Bartholomeo Eustachi's Tabulae anatomicae, via the NLM.

Use this guide to find information about physical therapy and conducting research at the University of Puget Sound! 

Subject Guide

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Visiting UW-Tacoma Library

Because the University of Puget Sound is a member of the Orbis-Cascade Alliance, all Puget Sound students, faculty, and staff are eligible to visit the University of Washington and use its library resources, both at the Seattle and Tacoma campuses. This is a great resource, as the University of Washington is a Tier-1 research institution, with correspondingly comprehensive resources. If you are doing an in-depth literature search, it may be worth your time to make the short trip down to the UW-Tacoma campus to take advantage of those resources. 

Bring your Puget Sound ID card to the UWT Library for access to:

- a temporary NetID, which will allow you to access the UW wireless network (and by extension, the electronic resources available through the UW libraries),

-publicly accessible guest research computers,

-a borrower's card which allows you to check out items directly from the UWT library (though you can also request those items through Summit and have them delivered to the Puget Sound library...it'll just take a little longer!).

Information about getting to the UWT Campus and Parking may be found here.  

Information about the UWT Library hours is available here.  

Further information about using the UWT Library as a visitor is here. If you have any questions about visiting the UWT campus, don't hesitate to get in touch with Eli!

Chinook Red Chandelier by Dale Chihuly at the UW-Tacoma Library