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Information technology tools and resources at the UW


  • Accelerate your research with computing tools and resources

    June 22, 2018

    Two Computer Scientists Choose Between Printed Circuit Boards

    Explore the research computing resources available and take advantage of one-on-one consultation and expert computing advice. Find out how Hyak, the UW’s on-site supercomputer, and cloud computing solutions, can advance your research. Learn about on-site large-scale storage and the high speed research network.

  • Check out new features in Panopto lecture capture

    June 20, 2018

    Woman listening to lecture on her laptop

    Among the new features, instructors can splice videos together and easily move folders. Students can participate in threaded discussions and take quizzes using the embedded player.

  • New program supports better health outcomes in Africa

    June 18, 2018

    First cohort of Evans School students in IPPHL program

    Read how the Evans School and partners are employing easy-to-use technologies to build a successful long-distance program for African health professionals. This is the first article in a series about Innovators in teaching and learning — produced through a collaboration of the Office of the Provost and UW-IT.

  • New, lower-cost option for storage

    June 15, 2018

    servers and storage, lower-cost option written across photo

    A new tier of storage, Standard Windows File Service, carries a significant price drop, from 15 cents per GB to a single penny. Find out if your IT department qualifies for this new, lower-cost service.

  • Two graduates find cornerstone to career in accessibility

    June 13, 2018

    Alex Mooc and Brandon Mar stand facing a window

    Brandon Mar and Alex Mooc have more than their new undergraduate degrees to give them a leg up in the technology job market. They can point to their substantial experience working in accessibility.

    Read about them here.

  • Helping transfer students succeed at UW

    June 12, 2018

    UW students showing spirit

    Increasing support for transfer students at key points in their transition can help them be more successful at UW, a new study finds. The Transitions Project focuses on understanding challenges students face at key points — including their transition to the UW as incoming students, then into a major, and finally into a career  — and how transfer students can connect with knowledgeable peers and UW staff during these critical times to be more successful. Learn more about the Transitions Project.

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