IT Connect

Information technology tools and resources at the UW

April 18, 2017

Master Panopto with free workshop series

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Take advantage of free one-hour workshops to learn Panopto, the UW’s lecture capture solution. Panopto allows for easy recording and reviewing of videos from courses, lectures, and presentations. Four workshops are offered in April and May: Introduction to Panopto Lecture Capture at 12:30 p.m. on April 20; Editing Panopto Videos at 12 p.m. on May…

April 14, 2017

Husky Experience report shows how to better connect with students and increase engagement

students doing research in forest

Learn about ways to connect “the right students to the right opportunity at the right time” in a newly published report on the Husky Experience, an initiative at the UW to help students gain meaningful experiences inside and outside the classroom. The UW-IT study explores how UW students navigate information about extracurricular opportunities — internships,…

April 13, 2017

New high-speed fiber optic network supports UW’s Global Innovation Exchange

Abstract Illustration of an urban highway going to the modern city

UW partnered with 27 municipalities in the Seattle metro area to build a state-of-the-art high-speed fiber optic network around Lake Washington. Designed and engineered by UW-IT, the network expands the region’s capacity and directly supports UW Bothell and the UW’s Global Innovation Exchange (GIX) in Bellevue. GIX is a collaboration between the UW and Tsinghua…

April 5, 2017

Free workshops on how to use Poll Everywhere to engage students in class

Man taking a survey on a tablet

Instructors can use the Poll Everywhere classroom response system to engage students during lecture sessions with live polls and quick checks on subject matter comprehension. Learn more about using the tool, administering polls, moving scores from graded poll questions to Canvas, and more in free two-hour workshops offered on multiple dates: April 14,  April 17,…

March 23, 2017

Symposium features innovation in teaching and learning, keynote on building inclusive classroom communities

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Learn how instructors from all three campuses are advancing student learning at the 13th annual Teaching & Learning Symposium in UW’s HUB Ballroom on April 24, 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. Open to all faculty, staff and students, the symposium will feature a  keynote presentation on building inclusive classrooms and more than 50 poster presentations. Topics…

March 14, 2017

Building life-long learning, with the help of technology

Instructor in class.

UW Bothell Lecturer Erin Hill uses an interactive whiteboard app in class to help students learn how to learn. She uses the app to make their learning visible, allowing them to understand and improve their own reasoning. Erin Hill is featured in the Innovators Among Us series produced by the Office of the Provost, UW-IT,…

February 28, 2017

Share and access learning resources through Canvas Commons

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UW instructors can find, import and share learning resources in Canvas Commons,  a repository now available in Canvas, UW’s learning management system.  The content can include assignments, quizzes, presentations, images, videos, documents and other files to augment online learning. Sharing can be private, limited to a small group, available to others at UW or open…

February 21, 2017

Can video games solve world problems?

Screenshot from Climate Quest video game

UW professors teamed up to create EarthGamesUW, which offers students and others at the UW a chance to design video games that are fun to play and enhance understanding about climate change. Students design games that are scientifically accurate and convey an important message, making these games effective tools for learning. The effort is featured…

February 16, 2017

Digital storytelling can be powerful tool for teaching and learning

Jane Van Galen

As humans, we’re drawn to stories. UW Bothell professor Jane Van Galen shares how digital storytelling can be a powerful tool for teaching and learning, providing insight into the broader human experience. Digital storytelling uses various multimedia tools—video, audio, graphics and the web. Van Galen is featured in the Innovators Among Us series produced by…

February 2, 2017

Keep your computer in good health with free workshop

doctor holding laptop

Sign up for a UW-IT Computer Vet Clinic on Feb. 7, Feb. 14 or Feb. 28, 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.

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