Below is a list of tutorials, how-to guides, and walkthroughs developed by UWB Learning Technologies for faculty and students at UW Bothell. If you need help on a topic that is not covered in these guides or if there is a problem with a guide, contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for Videos?
Most How-To Guides listed here are text-based and offer written information or instructions for specific technologies or tasks. However, Learning Technologies has produced many videos on these topics. The complete collection of these videos can be found in the Learning Technologies Video Tutorial Library.
Go to the LT Video Tutorial Library
Blogs are useful for posting periodic updates for things such as research, classwork, commentary, etc.
Podcasting allow you to upload and share sound recordings and commentary.
Skype is a popularly used program for video web conferencing and communication via webcam.
Wikis are a type of website are used for collaborative editing.
Hardware and Tools
Classroom response systems (clickers) are useful for gathering input from students as well as improving classroom interaction.
The iPad is a tablet size computer capable of browsing websites and viewing documents and other light tasks.
Working with Digital Media
UW Bothell Digital Media Services has provided an extensive collection of tutorials focusing on digital media technologies, including:
Final Cut Pro
Visit the main DML Tutorial Page for a complete list