Workshops and services from UW Bothell Digital Learning
Our Digital Learning team offers a number of workshops throughout the year. See workshops descriptions on this page. To find current offerings and registration links, see our IT Workshops & Events page.
Would you like to see other offerings? Please let us know by calling 425.352.3906 or sending us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction to Canvas
Welcome to UW Bothell! This is a chance to learn about Canvas and how to use it effectively in your face-to-face, hybrid, or online courses. It is also a time to meet our staff and see how we can help you!
Do you need some Canvas questions answered? Maybe you want to try something new this quarter? This workshop covers some slightly more advanced Canvas topics and allows for plenty of time for Q&A.
Panopto for new and current faculty
This session covers the basics of using Panopto both in a classroom and at home for capturing lectures and other types of videos.
Zoom tips and tricks
This session offers an introduction to Zoom features and best practices on using Zoom. We will address things like enabling automatic captioning for better learning, securing Zoom sessions to prevent Zoom bombing, setting up break-out rooms ahead of class, sharing a portion of your screen to facilitate continuous viewing of things like the chat and attendees windows, using polling and much more.
Poll Everywhere in the classroom
Poll Everywhere offers a number of polling types and allows for shared question banks. Learn how to use Poll Everywhere effectively in your online, hybrid and in-person class and provide more class interaction and low stakes assessments to promote student learning.
Accessibility basics for course content
Having accessible content from the start makes content ready for most students. This session will cover recommended universal design practices for MS Office documents, Canvas content, multimedia, and PDFs.
Using Hypothes.is with Canvas
The social annotation tool Hypothes.is is now integrated into Canvas. Hypothes.is allows students to take notes in the margins of digital texts, read and add on to their peers’ notes, and respond to discussion questions right on top of the document being discussed.
The new integration allows faculty to see the student annotations in the Canvas SpeedGrader similar to how discussion posts are seen. This makes grading the work easier for faculty while maintaining the rich features found in Hypothes.is.
Our Digital Learning team offers a myriad of services to our faculty and staff at UW Bothell outlined in this section. For more information, send us a request to email@example.com.
Photography and imaging
Digital Learning provides photography and imaging services to UW Bothell staff and faculty. Everything from formal and informal headshots, events, and copy work are available.
Learning can be a visual experience, and Digital Learning is here to help. Record welcome videos, create shorts that augment a class, or produce whole lessons using tools like Learning Glass. Contact us to get started with this collaborative process.
Would you like to get feedback and assistance with the accessibility and usability of course syllabus or course files? Contact us for a consultation.
Connect with our instructional designer to brainstorm and create welcoming and engaging Canvas courses. Learn more about instructional design at UW Bothell.
Interested in incorporating multimedia into your course work? We can help!
Online or hybrid teaching
Our team is trained and certifified in Quality Matters rubric for Higher Ed and can assist you in designing your course, aligning your learning outcomes with course content, and teaching online.
Our Digital Learning team is available to help with elearning, teaching tools, course design, multimedia production, pedagogies, accessibility, and much more. Have questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 425.352.3906, or connect directly with a team member!
Digital Learning Team
Learning & Access
Electronic Media Producer
Photographer / Videographer