We are your partner in co-learning.
The Office of Connected Learning provides an array of services, resources, and events for our campus community in order to advance imaginative inquiry, cross-disciplinary collaboration, global learning, public service and scholarly exchange. We are committed to fostering and sustaining a culture of learning and teaching that promotes and honors the diversity of our campus and the world.
Centers & departments
The Office of Connected Learning offers support for learning communities, small groups of faculty and staff working together over the academic year to explore an issue relating to teaching, learning, and/or higher education.
Deepening global engagement locally and abroad. Connect to explore: adding a global component to a UW Bothell course, virtually or through study abroad, international fellowships, intercultural competence resources.
The Office of CBLR houses the community-based academic programs.
The UW Bothell Makerspace is a creative environment with the equipment needed for curricular and co-curricular maker endeavors. Located on the first floor of Discovery Hall, the Makerspace is a free resource for students, faculty, and staff. The lab is equipped with tools such as 3D printers, laser cutters, a vinyl cutter, sewing machines and more.
Research experience allows undergraduate students to better understand published works, learn to balance collaborative and individual work, determine an area of interest, and jump start their careers as researchers. Explore the pages for a research database, summer opportunities and how to get published.
Partner with us!
Effective teaching and learning involves an entire community of stakeholders. We welcome invitations to partner on events, activities, and initiatives that enhance and support student learning and faculty development.
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