Technology for Innovative Teaching: Symposium on Teaching and Learning April 16Apr 08, 2013
Each year, the Center for Teaching and Learning brings together a symposium for those around the University engaged in evaluating and improving teaching practices. Provost Ana Maria Cauce will provide the welcome address; the keynote panel will discuss "Technology for Innovative Teaching: From F2F to MOOCs." In addition attendees have the...
Save the Date: April Ignite! Event to Focus on Learning SpacesMar 04, 2013
This spring, UW-IT is coordinating an Ignite-style event focused on how the design of spaces can have a positive effect on student learning. Save the date and join us on April 18 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm in Odegaard Library, room 220. Ignite! sessions are a fast-moving and fun way to exchange ideas and inspire collaboration.
UW-IT Triennial Survey Featured as a Case Study in Educause Seeking Evidence of Impact ProgramNov 14, 2012
To systematically gather data to help inform technology-related decisions, UW-IT conducts campus-wide surveys of instructors and students every three years. These surveys have been developed to help all units on campus that focus on teaching and learning through technology gather data to help them optimize the technology initiatives and support...
October Ignite! RecapNov 01, 2012
October's Ignite! event was standing room only. The six presentations, along with a lively keynote speech, covered a wide spectrum of technologies and pedagogical methods, all sharing the goal of supporting teaching and learning.
Did you miss the latest Ignite! event? No worries! We’ve posted video of each of the entertaining, informative...
MyUW Mobile is Here!Oct 11, 2012
Ignite Event on Teaching & Learning with TechnologyOct 10, 2012
Save the date and join us for an Ignite! Event on Teaching & Learning with Technology on October 25th from 3:30-5:00pm in Odegaard Library, room 220. Ignite! Sessions are a fast-moving and fun way to learn how select technologies and pedagogical strategies are improving student learning at the UW.