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AJ Barse is among the latest Western Washington University employees to be recognized via the Western Way recognition program.

The program aims to recognize Western employees for their hard work on campus and to give their co-workers an opportunity to praise their efforts.

It's hard to imagine ATUS and Western Western University without Rob Galbraith, but the WWU community nonetheless will wish him well as he retires after 31 years at Western.

Galbraith has had a major impact on many aspects of the learning environment, including the planning of…

The spring 2014 issue of ATUS News has been published. In this issue, find news about:

CIIA Showcase Microsoft Office 365 Adobe Creative Cloud Lab Requests for Summer and Fall New Canvas Draft State Upgrades to Student Use Areas Digital Badges Camtasia…

Three tech experts from Western Washington University and Patti Rowlson of PR Consulting will host a free workshop and networking event for Whatcom County businesspeople from 4 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 20, at New York Pizza & Bar, 902 N. State St., in downtown Bellingham.

Social media and mobile computing have forever changed the way people see and interact with the world. These simple yet powerful tools connect us with friends, colleagues and collaborators. They allow us to expand ourselves in ways that that we never could have dreamed possible. We can teach a…

The winter edition of ATUS News is now available online.

Included in this issue are a faculty technology survey, information on an opportunity for a summer technology grant, details of upcoming changes to email and other communication tools, ATUS staff updates and stories on the…

A special retirement celebration for Fred Robson will be held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, in Haggard Hall Room 350.

The party will honor Robson's 34 years of service to Western Washington University. Come wish Fred well as he transitions from computers and printers to days…

The fall issue of ATUS News is now available online at http://atusnews.wwu.edu.

In this issue:

Nominations for the Innovative Teaching Showcase - Due Now! the NWACC award for Innovation in Education Technologies recommended Java upgrades required Windows XP…

Peter Randlette, head of electronic media at The Evergreen State College, will talk Nov. 21 about the process his university went through to build its state-of-the-art Center for Creative and Applied Media.

Randlette's presentation is scheduled for 10 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21,…

This quarter Canvas becomes the default classroom work system for the entire university, meaning no classwork will be routed through Blackboard.
The Western Washington University Faculty Senate voted last February to implement Canvas as the new Learning Management System, getting rid of…

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