UW Today | 7/20/11
Classroom Support Services is turning its entrepreneurial skills into a major institutional asset, improving the technological infrastructure in a growing number of classrooms while offering high-quality service at a cost well below what outside contractors would charge.
U Week | 10/28/10
The UW has thousands of class sections filling hundreds of rooms every day, all quarter, all year. How are all those lecture and lab classes scheduled? Classroom Support Services’ Roberta Hopkins is quoted.
Seattle Times | 1/27/10
There are 700 students who pack professor Toby Bradshaw’s introductory biology class at the University of Washington, up from 400 students last year. It’s one example of how higher-education budget cuts are playing out in university classrooms across the state. Classroom Support Services’ clicker technology is mentioned.
Columns Magazine | September 2009
Using Twitter, blogs, laptops, podcasts and other virtual tools, the UW is making the classroom experience better and easier—no matter where you are. UAA’s Classroom Support Services is included in this feature.
University Week | 1.8.09
While students were taking a break over the holidays, the employees of Classroom Support Services’ Information Technology Group were hard at work beginning what will be a transformation of 14 classrooms in Mary Gates Hall. When they finish at the end of summer, all those rooms will be equipped for state-of-the-art screencasting, and five of them will also support videoconferencing.
The Daily | 04/10/08
As recently as four years ago, professors looking for audience response technology were responsible for it themselves.
University Week | 01/24/08
Podcasting is so yesterday, pedagogically speaking. Today it’s all about video, or as the cognoscenti call it here, screencasting. And as with the earlier generation of audio production, the UW is in the forefront of providing instructors with the tools to make video happen without lifting a finger.
SEATTLE TIMES | 04.06.06
Seattle Times reports on podcasting, a Classroom Support Services offering …
SEATTLE P-I | October 31, 2005
On Mike Jensen’s playlist: Oceanography 102. Along with more entertaining tunes, the University of Washington senior has downloaded his instructor’s lectures to his iPod. Now he can learn all the about the world’s oceans at home, in the gym or anywhere else on campus …
UNIVERSITY WEEK | October 20, 2005
A pilot project now under way is a big step toward the goal of "anytime, anywhere learning." Classroom Support Services is running a pilot project to podcast lectures in three Kane Hall classes…