Campus Support and Online Tools for Making Multimodal Compositions

Campus Workshops, Tutorials, and Consultations

  • Ongoing free workshops on digital technologies for UW faculty, staff, and students
  • Free customized in-class workshops for UW instructors – also see CIC's blog post on English department lecturer Elizabeth Simmons-O’Neill’s experience with a UW-IT custom workshop on presentation software.
    •  If want to use 3-D scanning/printing in 182, Jake Kulstad (jkulstad[at]uw[dot]edu) will lead a 90-minute workshop that takes students from scanning to starting a 3-D print job
  • Online tutorials on web publishing, graphics and design, digital video, digital audio, and documents and spreadsheets
  • Digital Audio Workshops in the Odegaard Sound Studio
  • Contact UW-IT Learning Technologies by phone (206-221-5000), email, or in person on the second floor of Odegaard Library, for advice on technologies and teaching tools

Campus Spaces and Equipment

Copyright-Free Media

Design How-Tos

Disposable Temporary Email

Signing up for online services requires students to submit an email address and password. If they do not want to use their real email addresses, they may get a free disposable email address from AIRMAIL (http://getairmail.com) or Mailinator (https://mailinator.com). They can also set up disposable email aliases within a Gmail or Yahoo account (see videos below). For more information on disposable email accounts, see http://computers.tutsplus.com/articles/beginners-guide-to-disposable-email-addresses--cms-21001.

 

 Video and Image-Making Tutorials