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Frontiers in Higher Education Research Seminar

This seminar series highlights original research in college-level learning and instruction. Each seminar is multidisciplinary in scope and addresses the broad themes of our work as instructors.

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All seminars are free and open to the public. Space is limited, please RSVP.

Open Access Week October 22-26: Celebrate with UW Libraries

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Open Access Week, an annual international celebration of sharing scholarly work openly. The UW Libraries invites you to join us to learn more about open scholarship at one or all of the events we’ve planned for the week of October 22nd. Questions? Contact

Get inspired: Innovative teaching and learning at UW

EDU Talks: UW College of Education video series

UW College of Education faculty members and researchers who partner with schools, communities and organizations address some of the most pressing issues in education. Watch the video series to learn more about their leading edge research.

Teaching Teamwork: Helping students collaborate effectively

University students are often asked to work in groups, yet few are taught how to work well in teams and often struggle. In this 5-minute video, UW faculty Randy Beam (Communication) and Erin Hill (Physics) describe how they integrate instruction on teamwork into their regular courses to help students succeed in short-term and long-term class projects.

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 about using technology to teach.

Innovators Among Us: Tips and tools

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