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Information technology tools and resources at the UW


  • Students: Major, Google search now featured on MyUW, new navigation to come

    May 19, 2017

    MyUW for students on laptop

    MyUW offers new features, and coming this summer, the tool will be even easier to navigate. Now MyUW includes Google search and shows you the major or minor in which you’ve been admitted. Next up, MyUW's navigation will take undergraduate students to important areas, such as Academics, Profile, Accounts, and Husky Card, which means much less scrolling to find what you need. Quick Links will list the most popular resources, plus those you’ve recently used, and you can customize the list too.

  • Instructors: Get free help transferring grades from Canvas to Gradepage, beginning May 30

    May 18, 2017

    Perfect grade on a scantron test

    Need help transferring end-of-the-quarter grades from Canvas to Gradepage? Beginning May 30, instructors can set up an appointment or drop in to Odegaard, room 230 to meet with a Learning Technologies team member. The service is available Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday: noon-7 p.m. To set up an appointment or to ask a question, email or call (206) 221-5000, ext. 3.  And for grading help on assignments in Canvas, drop in, call or email anytime.

  • Learn about Workday on the new Integrated Service Center website

    May 17, 2017

    Woman in front of computer with ISC website on the screen

    The new Integrated Service Center website is your future resource for Workday, the UW’s new HR, payroll and benefits system coming in June. Preview instructional videos and user guides, and continue to check back as more information will be added soon. All of the instructional materials used for Workday training have been designed with accessibility needs in mind. Graphic-rich job aids for some general Workday business processes will be created for users who may not be native English speakers.

  • Learn physical computing using Arduino in free workshop

    May 15, 2017

    components of electronic devices and luminous LEDs

    Take advantage of free physical computing workshops in May and learn about microcontrollers that can be programmed to control tools and toys. You will program an Arduino microcontroller using computer code, and wire it up to a circuit board and electronic components.  Workshops are offered on May 17 and May 30 in the Odegaard Undergraduate Library, room 102. No prior experience in electronics and programming needed.

  • Celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 18 at UW

    May 12, 2017

    Presentation with audience members

    Participate in events at the UW to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day and the importance of digital access and inclusion for people with disabilities. Offerings include assistive technology demos, everyday tips for increasing accessibility, an accessibility tools showcase, and workshops on captioning videos, making PDFs accessible, advanced web accessibility techniques, and much more. The activities are coordinated by Accessible Technology Services.

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