UW-IT’s JupyterHub services allow faculty to bring the full power of cloud computing into the classroom.
With 24×7 tech support via phone and email, UW-IT’s Service Center will offer in-person help by appointment starting Aug. 25 at its new location— the 4545 Building, kitty-corner to the Burke Museum.
UPDATED: Some students, faculty and staff may not be able to access UW Office 365. And it may be because the client application is being blocked from accessing UW Office 365 due to its insecure authentication. To fix access, please review the list of known insecure client applications and likely actions you need to take.
Learn how to set up courses in Canvas, use Panopto to record lectures, use Poll Everywhere to engage students in class, submit grades with GradePage, and more. This quick guide can help you navigate the variety of resources available to you at the UW.
Join the Office of the CISO in a training session from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to help you make your apps and websites more secure.
The new BI Portal offers a modern interface and backend consolidation for an enhanced customer experience. Learn more at IT Connect.
To increase security and improve connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, UW now has a dedicated wireless network. Please note it’s not meant for laptops, tablets and mobile devices.
The UW’s Chief Information Security Officer regularly updates its resources to help faculty and staff take steps to protect their data and the University’s institutional information.
Effective June 11, 2024, UW Google accounts will be subject to a storage limit of 100GB, per changes to Google’s Workspace for Education product. Most users are well below this limit and will not be adversely affected by UW-IT’s implementation of storage quotas.
Apply to get your high-impact videos captioned without charge by UW-IT’s Accessible Technology Services. Many of UW’s videos made by various groups for YouTube are not captioned, or rely on YouTube’s auto-generated captions, which are most often not accurate enough.