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This week at the iSchool
Aydin Kwan and Le Button.

This week at the iSchool

We have quickly hit the homestretch of the academic year. Here are some quick updates from the UW Information School:

iSchoolers in the News

LGBTQ comic books are out there. For their Capstone project, Aydin Kwan and Le Button, both students in the iSchool’s Master of Library and Information Science program, are working to make it easier to find them. We talked to Kwan and Button about their project, one of dozens that will be on display at the Capstone event on May 30.

Professor Michelle Martin wrote an essay for The Horn Book on Read-a-Rama, her program that encourages kids to read by incorporating fun activities.

Science Everywhere, a research project led by iSchool Assistant Professor Jason Yip and Ph.D. student Caroline Pitt, is among the UW projects featured in the STEM for All Video Showcase, funded by the National Science Foundation. Read the story from UW News and head over to the STEM for All website to vote for your favorite project.

Tweets of the Week

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We're the Communications folks at the University of Washington Information School. We keep an eye out for iSchoolers doing cool things, and then we share it here and on our social media accounts.

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