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The University of Washington Bothell made an emergency pivot in the face of the coronavirus pandemic last spring to put about 600 courses entirely online. Faculty have more experience and training for remote teaching this fall.
With loaner laptops and software links, UW Bothell is meeting the challenge of giving students access to the technology they need to continue their studies.
Over the next three summers, University of Washington Bothell students will be traveling to Germany to develop crowdsensing technology at the University of Bamberg, which conducts smart city research in the Bavarian city.
The new chief information officer for the University of Washington Bothell, Christy Long, says she “hit the ground listening” to learn how information technology can support the university’s mission.
After a $232,000 renovation, the UW Bothell Open Learning Lab reopened for all UW Bothell students with a new design, furniture and computing equipment.
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