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Information technology tools and resources at the UW


  • Instructors: Sign in to view the new MyUW on July 27

    July 20, 2017

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    The new clean design includes a teaching webpage full of valuable resources. Each tab opens to a display of your courses, with links to the class, student lists, course materials and grading information and submissions. Teaching resources — course reserves, web tools, help guides and more — are easy to find in the Quick Links section. Sign in on July 27.

  • DO-IT event on July 25 celebrates 25 years of empowering people with disabilities

    July 18, 2017

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    RSVP to attend the event, featuring speakers from the UW Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking & Technology (DO-IT) Center and an awards ceremony honoring those whose work has benefited people with disabilities. DO-IT promotes equal access — in both the classroom and the workplace — to maximize the potential of individuals with disabilities and make communities more diverse and inclusive. Share DO-IT success stories on Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #DOITSuccessStory.

  • Make the move from Catalyst to Canvas with ease

    July 17, 2017

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    Instructors can learn how to easily move course content from Catalyst to Canvas in a free workshop on Monday, July 24. On the same day, instructors can participate in a workshop that will help them master Canvas, the UW’s learning management system. These two workshops will also be held on Tuesday, August 22.

  • UW Bothell’s IT champions universal design principles to support students

    July 14, 2017

    Student in wheelchair working with a classmate

    The Universal Design for Active Learning at UW Bothell promotes equitable access to electronic materials, best practices in course design and teaching, and active learning and engagement. Universal design refers to spaces, environments and products that are accessible to all people, including those with disabilities. A year old, the initiative has influenced the integration of universal design in course and class design, faculty development and learning communities, and student support materials.

  • 2FA secures your payslips and direct deposit information in Workday

    July 13, 2017

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    Two-factor authentication (2FA) is required to access your payslips and direct deposit information in Workday. It adds a second layer of security to protect sensitive information from identity theft. First enter your UW NetID and password, then use 2FA to prove it’s really you. Managers and employees with human resources, benefits and payroll roles will be prompted to use 2FA at their initial sign-in. Then they use 2FA again to access personal payslips and other sensitive information.

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UW’s Integrated Service Center
The Integrated Service Center (ISC) is your source for Workday, HR, benefits and payroll transactional support. The ISC includes a comprehensive self-service website, drop-in center, and support via phone and email.

Remember: enroll in two-factor authentication (2FA) through Duo, which is required for Workday.



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