Kevin Dixey

The fall 2015 issue of ATUS News features timely information about upcoming technology changes and resources, including 3D printing in the Student Technology Center, WordPress on campus, Windows upgrades in some labs, Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office updates, benefits of…

Learning Technology Group sessions for this fall will cover Canvas Commons, a feature that allows the sharing of Canvas course materials, and options for promoting personal work online. The sessions will be held in Haggard Hall Room 222 from noon to 1 p.m.

Wed. 10/21 @ 12-1 -…

The Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment at Western Washington University has a number of professional development opportunities upcoming for faculty and staff:

11 a.m. to noon Jan. 20, Viking Union Room 567: Webinar - "Designing & Teaching a Course with a Critical…

The Outstanding Classified Staff Award recognizes a single individual who exemplifies a positive and creative approach to problem solving and innovation that significantly advances departmental goals and/or university mission. With the support of the president, the two classified staff unions on…

Want to learn more about managing your passwords, organizing your data or using tools to maximize your writing efforts? Join Chris Powell, AJ Barse and Kevin Dixey on Wednesday, May 21, at the Mediascape table in the Learning Commons from noon to 1 p.m.

Inspired by Techtonic 2014, which…

Society’s roles within social media – whether as a tool for marketing yourself and your career path or as a shaper of our online identities ­– were the two speaker topics at Western’s annual Tech Tonic technology expo on April 10 in the Wilson Library Reading Room.…

Stacy Halbakken, Cole Whited, June Fraser Thistle, Kevin Dixey, Nancy Bluestein-Johnson, Tim McLaughlin and Kaylee Nightingale are among the Western Washington University employees honored this month in the Western Way recognition program.

The program, begun this month, aims to…

Nominations are being taken through June 27 for the Outstanding Classified Staff Award, which recognizes a single individual who exemplifies a positive and creative approach to problem solving and innovation that significantly advances departmental goals and/or university mission.

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