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Teachers get tech ready

Teachers get tech ready

Alicia Dougherty, Editor August 29, 2021

Faculty, staff and administrators prepared for the new academic year by brushing up on their tech skills over Welcome Week. The Department of Instructional, Communication & Information Technology (ICIT)...

LEARN Tech Sessions

LEARN Tech Sessions

Brenna Bongiorno, Assistant Business & Technology Editor September 6, 2020

The UW-Whitewater Learning Enhancement, Assessment and Research Network (LEARN) Center is available to assist faculty and teaching staff in their course work to benefit students. While the main focus of...

Student Sarah Augustine checks out the UW-Whitewater Mobile App while relaxing in her residence hall.

UW-W Mobile App helps campus plan in uncertain times

Andrew Abler, Journalist August 31, 2020

Instructional Communication and Information Technology (ICIT) created the UW-Whitewater Mobile App to help the campus community organize school life. More and more students, faculty and staff are using...

Dr. Andrew Cole explains his role on the UW-W campus as a learning technology specialist.

Talking Tech with Dr. Cole

Scout Springgate, Managing Editor September 10, 2019

As the campus repopulates and classes begin, the demand for functional technology in the classroom climbs once again. The individuals responsible for maintaining functional technology across the campus...

COBE helps students find the right internship

Dylan Piccolo, Biz & Tech Editor April 22, 2019

UW-Whitewater is home to one of the top business schools in the midwest, and that doesn’t stop at academics.  While students can set up their own individual plans for the summer, UW-W’s College of...

Technical colleges make a difference for many

Benjamin Pierce, Managing Editor October 1, 2018

My senior year of high school was a constant barrage of questions about my future and college plans. Every time I was asked these questions, my response was the same. There was an awkward pause, and my...

Workshop gives glimpse into new learning system

Garrett Kluever, Biz & Tech Editor February 26, 2018

The University of Wisconsin system is switching from a Learning Management System (LMS) to a Digital Learning Environment (DLE). This is fancy mumbo-jumbo talk for the initiative incorporating more...

Bitcoin bites back

Bitcoin bites back

Garrett Kluever, Biz & Tech Editor January 30, 2018

The digital currency bitcoin experienced tremendous growth recently, but along with that raised many  concerns amongst those involved. Bitcoin prices skyrocketed recently to a worth of $10,800 per coin...

Canvas shows potential at UW-W

Garrett Kluever, Biz & Tech Editor December 7, 2017

Students got their first taste of what’s in store for the switch to Canvas last Tuesday in a seminar designed to garner feedback before the learning management system is implemented next fall. “It...

Users react to iPhone X

Max Schlueter, Staff Reporter November 30, 2017

The Apple versus Samsung feud has been taking place for almost a decade, but the battle has really taken shape over the past five years amidst infringement lawsuits. Each company has tried to one-up the...

Professors Yao Fu and Karla Saeger (left and far right) discuss their thoughts with librarian Diana Schull (center) after the GooseChase seminar

Professor tech makes the grade

Garrett Kluever, Biz and Tech Editor November 8, 2017

Professors are looking at new technology options to improve the classroom experience. The last session of the Fall 2017 Student Engagement Series focused on technologies and techniques Nov. 6 in the...

The timeline for the Canvas integration into the UW System involves training and implemention will take place in Spring of 2018. Full course will take place from Summer 2018 to Fall 2019.

Goodbye D2L, hello Canvas

Garrett Kluever, Biz and Tech Editor November 1, 2017

Canvas will replace Desire2Learn (D2L) at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, whose contract ends with the UW System in July of 2018. Canvas will also replace Moodle, which is used by other departments...

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