Category: Remote teaching

  • Zoom event to help instructors with course planning for spring quarter

    February 23, 2021

    Faculty, learn how you can better support your students while they’re learning remotely — with tips gleaned from research at the UW — at a 3 p.m. Zoom event, March 4. The research was conducted at different times during 2020, based on course evaluations and student surveys asking about the impact of COVID and concurrent…

  • Boost student engagement and advance your skills in teaching classes online

    January 29, 2021

    Enhance your digital course design and digital pedagogy skill set by signing up for Teaching Online 101, a fully-online, asynchronous workshop (5-week or self-paced option). Online instruction includes tutorials on how to build course elements and how to use tools in Canvas. It also gives strategies on how you can help learners more easily access…

  • New feature in Course Dashboard helps support remote teaching

    October 21, 2020

    Learn how instructors can identify and prevent a problematic course mix that can work against student success, thanks to a new feature in Course Dashboard. A problematic course mix is a combination of courses that can pose an extreme challenge and set students up for possible failure in one or more of their courses. The…

  • Find technology for working remotely with important webpage

    October 5, 2020

    Concept illustration of people as cogs working together seamlessly

    If COVID-19 is keeping you at home, this website helps you find technology tools that help you work, study and teach remotely. This page is regularly updated to keep you informed about the latest technology tools to help you succeed at the UW.

  • UW’s supercomputer leveraged in virtual chemistry and materials sciences courses

    September 10, 2020

    Data Center with ENERGY STAR logo

    After a successful virtual lab course that used UW’s Hyak supercomputer to build simulations, two professors will be integrating the coursework into chemistry and materials science classes. The coursework was developed by materials science & engineering professor Ting Cao and chemistry professor Xiaosong Li, who are both Clean Energy Institute members and will be integrated…

  • Learn what technologies you can use to move classroom activities online

    September 8, 2020

    Identify which technologies will work best for your classroom activities , and learn what pedagogical and logistical considerations might influence your choice. This resource is for UW faculty members, graduate instructors, teaching assistants and staff educators who are seeking information, advice, ideas, resources, and support for their remote course planning and teaching. It reflects evidence-based…