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Information technology tools and resources at the UW

November 14, 2017

Use MyPlan to track required courses and credits

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How many classes do you have left to complete your degree? Check out MyPlan’s Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) to stay on top of required credits and courses and to track your progress. DARS reports are now personalized, with your declared major at the top of the selection list for fast and easy access. Haven’t…

November 13, 2017

Get tech-savvy with free help

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Take advantage of free tech support and workshops. Bring your laptop and get help loading software and troubleshooting virus-infected machines at the Technology Help Desk and the Computer Vet on the second floor of the Odegaard Undergraduate Library. Check out free workshops and learn video editing, 3D printing, making music in the Sound Studio, and…

November 9, 2017

Class full? Get Notify.UW

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Notify.UW is a free tool that lets you know when a course becomes available. Subscribe to Notify.UW and you can choose to be notified via email and/or text when classes you are interested in become available or close for registration.

November 6, 2017

Get help with your data science questions

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Get help with cloud computing and data-intensive science challenges during the UW eScience Institute’s office hours. eScience data scientists and other experts in data management, predictive analytics, software engineering and visualization are available on specific days and times in the Washington Research Foundation Data Science Studio on the sixth floor of the Physics/Astronomy Tower. They…

November 1, 2017

Keep your computer in good health with free workshops

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Sign up for a UW-IT Computer Vet Clinic on Nov. 7  or Nov. 21, free workshops that cover virus protection, computer backup and cloud storage. Open to UW students, faculty and staff, the workshops are 3:30-4:30 p.m. in UW Seattle’s Odegaard Undergraduate Library, room 320. Bring a laptop. Space is limited, so register early.

October 26, 2017

Students: Plan for academic success with MyPlan

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Use MyPlan to develop your academic plan. Explore UW course offerings, search and bookmark specific courses and programs of interest, create a multi-quarter plan and register for courses. Share your plan with your academic adviser to make sure you’re on the right path for academic success.

October 23, 2017

Students: Top tech tips to help you succeed at UW

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Check out the Top Tech Tips for UW Students and learn about must-have technology resources to help you succeed in your academic career. Find out how to get anti-virus software, how to get into that oh-so-popular class, choose your favorite email and collaboration platforms, chart your academic path, connect to encrypted Wi-Fi on campus, and…

October 11, 2017

Learn how to share and reuse Panopto videos on Oct. 18 at noon

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Bring your laptop and lunch to Odegaard’s room 320 and learn about Panopto, the UW’s lecture capture solution. Panopto allows easy recording and reviewing of videos from courses, lectures, and presentations. A quick demo will followed by an open discussion, including sharing and copying recordings, among other topics.

October 5, 2017

Students: Get the IT resources you need with the Student Quick-Start Guide

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Find the computing tools and resources you need as a UW student with the IT at the UW – Student Quick-Start Guide. Learn how to set up email, download software like Microsoft Office, connect to the internet from your dorm or on campus, and much more in this online guide.

October 4, 2017

Submit an application for Student Technology Fee funding by October 18

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Proposals must help meet the technology needs of students and further their educational opportunities. The Student Technology Fee (STF) is entirely student-operated and funded. The more than $4 million of student fees collected annually have funded a diverse set of technology projects, from computer labs to microscopes, water research to plotters. A quarterly process, the…

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