Faculty Technology Resources

Faculty Technology Resources

  • Canvas LMS 
    UW Canvas (canvas.uw.edu) is a feature-rich learning management software, allowing for simplified course management, seamless course calendaring, and efficient grading. Canvas improves communication between instructors and students through integrating multiple tools and methods. 
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  • Catalyst Web Tools
    A set of web-based communication and collaboration applications designed for use in teaching, learning, research, and everyday work. Easily create webpages, online surveys, discussion boards, and more.
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Click here for more information on specific Canvas and Catalyst tools.

  • Tegrity
    Tegrity is a user-friendly video and screen capture tool. Professors can easily record from a Mac or Windows computer using a webcam and microphone; you can record from your classroom, office, home, or a coffee shop. Students can then write notes directly onto course slides, share notes with other students, and bookmark locations in a course video to note important subjects or points of confusion.
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  • Ignite! Sessions
    Ignite Sessions offer ideas and practical advice for instructors and staff who are interested in using information technology for teaching and learning.
  • UW-IT Learning and Scholarly Technologies 
    UW-IT provides support for UW faculty, researchers, students, staff, and clinicians in their uses of technology in research and education
  • UW-IT Workshops 
    UW-IT offers walk-in workshop sessions on topics including computing fundamentals, Catalyst WebTools, digital video, design and graphics, and web publishing

Technology for Teaching

The teaching guides suggest options for using technologies to support your teaching goals. Also check out the Profiles of Technology Use for stories of innovation about educators who are using technology in creative, effective ways.

Technology-based Facilities and Equipment

  • Classroom Support Services (CSS) 
    Media equipment support and services to faculty, including podcasting and screencasting, educational media, computers and student response systems, photography services, and videoconferencing
  • Language Learning Center (LLC) 
    Electronic classrooms, resource development, instructor development, and on-line language resources
  • UW-IT Technology Spaces
    Support for the use of technology in teaching and learning through dynamic technology spaces