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New Graduate Student Research Institute

Are you a grad student or research assistant looking to boost your research skills? This free and asynchronous online workshop can help you build skills and community, reflect on your process, and increase your confidence in gathering information through a wide range of resources, including scholarly databases, Google Scholar, journal notifications, and citation managers. Register by August 14, 2017. Read more >

2017 Teaching award recipients

Congratulations to the 2017 recipients for the Distinguished Teaching Awards, Distinguished Teaching Award for Innovation with Technology Award, and the Excellence in Teaching Awards! Read more >

Advancing racial equity in the community: Working to hire and retain a diverse and inclusive faculty

The University has a number of initiatives it is committed to advancing, one being racial equity in student, staff, and particularly the faculty community.  The Office of the Provost has partnered with the Race & Equity Initiative to provide useful information about diversity resources units can use as they look to hire future colleagues.  This series is called “Fostering excellence: Faculty recruitment and retention at the UW.” Read more >

 Understanding the Faculty Role in Digital Accessibility

How do campus officials responsible for the creation of digital instructional materials balance accessibility requirements with faculty independence and academic freedom?  Read the full article in Inside Higher Ed.

Creating a bridge to help international students adjust to life in the U.S.

Many international students are not prepared for the culture shock of studying in the U.S. and rarely know how to take advantage of resources the UW offers. UW staff member Wei Zuo is using her blog and an interactive video app to help change that. Read the full article in Northwest Asian Weekly.


Get inspired: Innovative teaching and learning at UW

Innovators Among Us: Using Technology to Teach Beyond the Classroom

Stories of instructors who “think outside the building”, connecting with peers and across disciplines, collaborating with community members and creating nontraditional learning opportunities for students. Read more >

Keeping history alive with a digital library collection

Vivid oral histories from the South Sound get a second life at UW Tacoma. Read more >

Instant feedback via earbuds

“Bug in the Ear” project allows distant learners to connect with their coaches during critical teaching and learning moments. Read more >

Building life-long learning, with the help of technology

UW professor uses interactive whiteboard app to help students learn how to learn. Read more >

The power of personal narratives in the classroom

A UW Bothell professor shares how digital storytelling can be a powerful tool for learning—for students and instructors. Read more >

Innovators Among Us: Tips and tools

Download top tips and best practices recommended by faculty and instructors featured in the Innovators Among Us series.