Student Technology Center

The Student Technology Fee (STF) Committee asks for student and employee comments on the STF Tech Initiatives proposals for the current academic year. Comments are due May 15. 

Comments from the Western community are a valuable aspect of the STF Committee’s decision-making…

After a wonderful inaugural Showcase of Undergraduate Research in the Humanities in the fall, the winter showcase will be held on Friday, March 8, in the Wilson Library Harry Potter room. The event will run from 8:30 a.m.to 6 p.m. and will offer hundreds of posters on rotating display…

The first Showcase of Undergraduate Research in the Humanities will be held on Friday, Nov. 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Wilson Library Reading Room; drop in throughout the day!

Featuring:
30+ English department classes
800+…

WebTech, the Student Technology Center, and Cross Campus Web have many opportunities available this quarter for faculty, staff and students to deepen their understanding of the web and how to refine web presence.

WebTech Lab Hours continue this quarter every Wednesday from 2 to…

The Learning Technology Group at Western Washington University will focus at its next meeting on how 3D design and printing can create a wide range of new learning opportunities for students.

The meeting is scheduled for noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, in Haggard Hall Room 222.

Did you know that the Student Technology Center offers 3D printing? Or that every faculty member, staff member and student can create a campus Wordpress site?

The fall 2015 issue of the ATUS News contains information on these stories and more:

Introducing 3D Printing in the STC…

The Research Consultation and Writing Center areas of Western Libraries and the Learning Commons are merging into the Research-Writing Studio, which will integrate academic support in a vibrant learning environment staffed by research consultants and writing assistants.

The merger will be…

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.

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…

In this video, students at Western Washington University talk about how technology supports their learning. Thayne Yazzie creatively uses camera equipment and computers available to students. Maddie Merriam studies from online recordings of her biology lectures. AJ Butler communicates with his…

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