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October 26, 2016

Distinguished Teaching Award for Innovation with Technology: Nominations due Nov. 18

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Nominate a stellar faculty member or team, from any UW campus, for the 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award for Innovation with Technology (DTA-I). Nominees will have designed and implemented an original project that leveraged technology to improve student learning. Learn more and submit your online nomination form by 5 p.m. November 18.

October 18, 2016

Save the date: Husky Experience Spark Session Nov. 1

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Co-curricular events and opportunities are a key part of the UW’s Husky Experience, with significant effort across campus in planning and communicating about them to students. But are students receiving the message? A recent report from the UW-IT Husky Experience researchers provides insight into the complex UW information ecosystem, with recommendations for more effective messaging….

October 17, 2016

Online Scout app helps UW students find study spaces, food, resources

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UW students can get help finding campus study spaces, food locations and STF-funded technology resources on all three UW campuses with ScoutTM, a mobile-optimized web app. You can filter to find exactly what you need, and Scout returns a list of results with photos and detailed information. Scout—funded by UW-IT and the Student Technology Fee—is…

October 14, 2016

UW Tech Talks Nov. 14; submit a proposal by Oct. 31

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The University’s technology support community is invited to the fall quarter Campus Tech Talks on November 14 to share ideas, knowledge, and best practices in various IT areas. If you have a topic or case study to present, contact Stephen Bangs to submit a proposal by October 31. The event will take place at UW…

October 12, 2016

Share your feedback: Take our newsletter survey

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The University of Washington is developing ways to streamline and improve how we share information with employees through our newsletters. We want to hear from you! Please share your feedback so we can better tailor our content, design and distribution methods to suit your interests and preferences. Take our brief survey today.

October 11, 2016

E-RESOURCE: Book Review Index Plus

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Tired of slogging through questionable book reviews written by unknown reviewers on Amazon? Find high quality reviews with Book Review Index Plus, a unique database of book reviews for a wide range of popular, academic and professional titles. Reviews are pulled from thousands of journals, general interest publications and newspapers, including New York Times Book…

October 10, 2016

UW researchers have more IT options, support from new UW-IT unit

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In an effort to strengthen IT support for research at the UW, a new Research Computing unit within UW-IT brings together on-premise high performance computing and commercial cloud solutions to offer researchers a full array of options in an integrated way. The unit is responsible for coordinating the UW’s cyberinfrastructure—the software, hardware and other technologies,…

October 6, 2016

Get help at UW eScience Institute’s Data Science Office Hours

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For help with your data-intensive science challenges, let experts guide you toward appropriate solutions during the eScience Institute’s Data Science Office Hours. In addition to eScience data scientists, experts from UW Libraries, UW-IT, the Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences, Amazon Web Services and Mathworks are available on specific days and times in the…

October 5, 2016

Social media in the classroom: Implications for the UW

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UW faculty and students are interested in the potential use of social media as a learning tool, according to a recent survey of 250 higher education institutions, including the UW. Read about the opportunities and challenges of using social media in the classroom in a new synopsis of survey findings from 2012-2015, written by UW-IT,…

October 4, 2016

Denny Hall technology renovation complete; ongoing UW Seattle refresh

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The University’s oldest building, Denny Hall, reopened fall quarter, transformed with new technology-enabled classrooms, including a 100-seat Active Learning Classroom. This renovation is part of a larger technology refresh at UW Seattle, with more than a third of the 300 general use classrooms upgraded since 2013, outpacing the original eight-year plan. Modern electrical and network connectivity,…

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