November 27, 2019

Build a website easily with UW Sites

Get your website up and running easily using UW Sites, a WordPress-based service supported by UW-IT. We install the required software updates. You choose from among the more than 200 themes, including the UW’s branded theme, and build a public site of your own using WordPress’ easy-to-use interface. Why wait? Get started now with a…

November 25, 2019

Google Shared Drive offers online collaboration space

Collaborate more easily with Google Shared Drive, where online documents are owned by the Google Shared Drive, not an individual.

November 21, 2019

The UW’s supercomputer now enhanced with AI

Hyak, the UW’s supercomputer, has been dramatically enhanced with machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities —with savings of about $500,000 to the UW thanks to a partnership between UW-IT and the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering.

November 19, 2019

Greater efficiencies with paperless transfer, post-bac admissions processes

Read how admissions processes for transfer and post-baccalaureate students have gone entirely paperless.

November 18, 2019

Use MyPlan to estimate coursework equivalency at the UW

If you’ve taken courses at Washington community and technical colleges, then you can use the transfer course equivalency tool recently redesigned in MyPlan to assess how your coursework may transfer to the UW.

November 15, 2019

Building better online communities

Why do some attempts at online collaborative— like Wikipedia and Linux — build large and eager volunteer communities, and why do so many others fail to attract any members at all? Learn how Assistant Professor Benjamin Mako Hill, in the Department of Communication, is using the UW’s supercomputer to find out.

November 14, 2019

E- Resource: Answers to your questions about using UW Libraries

How can you find what you need using UW Libraries Search or locate full-text scholarly articles or a textbook on reserve? Check out the UW Libraries’ FAQs, which provide answers to users’ frequently asked questions about using the UW Libraries and information resources, and also feature short demos. Find out how to access databases and…

November 13, 2019

Join seminar on women in tech, hear from panelists on diversity and inclusion

Learn more about the importance of a diverse and inclusive workforce at the UW and how we get there at a Women in Technology speaker series panel hosted by the Whole U and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Community of Practice. The event, with a special focus on promoting women of all backgrounds, is…

November 12, 2019

Knowledge Navigator now features a complete catalog of Workday Reports

Users can now search a complete catalog of Workday reports in Knowledge Navigator (KN), the UW’s guide to data and information. They also can get report overviews and discover which Workday roles have access to run a report. KN is an online tool that allows UW data users to search, find and understand the data and…

November 8, 2019

Several IT services and rates see drop in price

Laptop on a desk, cable and a blurry photo of a city

UW-IT’s self-sustaining services and rates for FY20 will remain stable, with significant reductions in server colocation, cable TV and software licensing. Find out what services are offered.

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