Custom Workshops

Workshops Custom Workshops

UW-IT will customize any of our regular workshop offerings to meet the needs of your group. If you have a group of faculty, staff, or students on campus who would like to expand their technology skills, just contact us to arrange a custom workshop that meets their needs and fits their schedule.

You can arrange a custom workshop about any of the following topics:

Teaching Tools we support:

  • Canvas LMS
  • Tegrity Lecture Capture
  • Overview of UW-IT services and resources
  • Catalyst Web tools
  • Google Apps for Education

Software for students:

  • Digital audio or video
  • Graphics
  • Web publishing
  • Documents and Spreadsheets
  • Computing fundamentals

Much more detailed information is available here.

Free Custom Workshops


  • All Teaching Tools workshops are free, so long as there are six attendees.

Occasional exceptions to the six attendee minimum can be made, please contact us for more information.

  • Software for Students workshops are free so long as they are in direct support of academic courses in the current UW Time-schedule.

Workshops for professional staff, medical staff, student groups and other parties can be arranged for a fee.

Paid Custom Workshop costs  

For paid custom workshops, such as workshops for professional staff, the following fees apply:

  Paid with a UW Budget Number Paid with a Major Credit Card *
During normal business/class hours
$50 per hour
$100 per hour + %15.6*
Outside normal business/class hours $100 per hour
$200 per hour + %15.6*

 

* All payments not made with a UW Budget number count as Non-UW invoices, and will be charged Institutional OverheadExternal Link (15.6%)

How to arrange a custom workshop

To schedule a customized workshop, send an email message to lsthelp@uw.edu or call (206) 221-5000 (option 4). Please include the topic, audience, number of attendees, date, time, and location of the workshop in your message.

We ask that you reserve a computer classroom for the custom workshop. The classroom should have a machine for everyone who will be attending, and an instructor computer attached to a projector. If you do not have a computer classroom available in your unit or department, you can request an UW-IT classroom (fees might apply).

We require a minimum of six attendees and about two weeks notice to schedule a workshop.

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