November 24, 2020

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 20, 2020

Powerful online notebook for code and data drives exploration in classes

Learn why Jupyter Notebooks in classes can be a game changer for students learning how to process and interpret data results and why they have become so valuable during the pandemic. Almost 2,000 students at the UW are now using Jupyter Notebooks as part of remote instruction.

November 19, 2020

Historical UW admissions data now easily available for your use

Read how to easily access and work with the new UW Admissions cube to help you analyze historical UW admissions data. The new cube is perfect for advisers, program coordinators, time schedule coordinators, institutional researchers, and admissions officers at all three campuses. Learn more in IT Connect.

November 18, 2020

Design better products and services with UX resources

Learn how to align a product or service with what your users need with online user experience (UX) design guides and by taking advantage of free UX consultation services at UW. Produced by UX experts in UW Information Technology, the guides are relevant to any stage of development, and can help even those new to…

New UW-IT study will explore technology and infrastructure needs of UW researchers

UW-IT will survey 7,500 UW researchers this fall to identify unmet needs and pain points in several areas, such as data and computing, collaboration, and research technologies. The survey is a follow up to a two-year conversation UW-IT had in 2010 with Principal Investigators, leading to support for the early efforts of the eScience Institute,…

November 17, 2020

Having Wi-Fi problems on campus networks? Check new notifications web page

Because technology changes fast and some device updates may cause Wi-Fi connection issues on UW networks, be sure to check out the new Wi-Fi notifications page for answers. For example, you can find out how to fix connection issues if you’ve updated to Android 11 and Apple’s release of iOS14.

November 16, 2020

Think like an attacker! Sign up for Web App Security 101 course

Elevate your security awareness in this three-hour class on Dec. 9, 9 a.m.- noon by understanding how cybercriminals find vulnerabilities in web apps. In the course offered by the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer, UW security experts will share how developers and web professionals can produce safer online apps and websites.

November 13, 2020

New to the UW? Check out technology options for employees working remotely

Find IT-related resources and tools available to make working remotely easier, from back up and storage options to downloadable software, and more.

November 12, 2020

Nominate innovative faculty using technology in their classroom

Do you know a faculty member who has been innovative and inspiring in their use of technology that has improved teaching and learning? Nominate them for the Distinguished Teaching Award for Innovation with Technology by Nov. 16. Created in 2013 by the Office of the Provost, the award recognizes a current faculty member for improving…

November 5, 2020

Election aftermath: New website offers tips for digital wellness and safety

Several campus partners worked together to create an online safety strategy web page to help the UW community learn how to address possible incidents of online harassment.  

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