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Student Technology Resource Guide

Technology Resources for Students

As we prepare for the upcoming quarter, we are reminding you of some of technology resources available to your students.

Student Technology Referral

There are multiple ways that students who may not have resources can get assistance with acquiring technology. If you are aware of a student in need of a laptop/hotspot, please submit an EAB Navigate Alert. Alerts are found in the top right hand column on each student’s page.

Choosing the “COVID 19 – Limited Access to Technology” alert option automatically sends the student a link to the loan program webpage and form. Students will be connected with folks who can assist with appropriate options. Any questions, please contact: Wendi Maze

Laptops & Hotspot Checkout 

UWB IT has a limited number of mid-range laptops and hotspots for student checkout. Students will be able to install software as needed. Please have students fill out this form to request a laptop or hotspot. 

Remote Computer and Software Access

UW Bothell IT has created a temporary, emergency LabScout remote computer access service that provides students with remote access to UW Bothell’s on-campus computer classrooms and computer labs. These computers offer specialized software and additional computing power. Please advise students not to save work locally on these computers and direct them to this webpage for a list of all available software and additional information and instructions.

Free and Reduced Cost Software

The University has many software packages available via the UW-IT’s UWare program. Examples include: Adobe Creative Cloud, SPSS, MS Office.

AV / Media Checkout Update 

This service was suspended in March given COVID-19 and loan periods for existing checked out items have been extended (and may be extended to future quarters based on phase and safety considerations). 

Other Internet / Computing Options

Additional resources for computing and Internet needs can be found at:

Need more info?

  • Please feel free to email uwbit@uw.edu if you have additional questions about any of these resources. 
  • If you have any questions about the EAB Navigate Alert specifically, please contact Wendi Maze.