The Office of Digital Learning & Innovation (DLI)

Welcome to the

Office of Digital Learning & Innovation (DLI)

We are pleased  to announce that Learning Technologies is changing its name to the Office of Digital Learning & Innovation (DLI) to better reflect the scope of work being performed by this unit and to create a more distinctive identity to enhance its role in helping the campus reach its eLearning, active learning, and digital learning goals.

Email support changes: The process for requesting assistance for DLI Tool Support will no longer be managed through the UWB IT helpdesk (uwbit@uw.edu) as of April 7th, 2018. To reach us, please contact the Office of Digital Learning and Innovation (DLI) Team by emailing uwbdli@uw.edu or over the phone at 425-352-3906.

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Technology Tools

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University of Washington Bothell's Office of Digital Learning & Innovation  provides support for the integration of technology in teaching and learning for faculty and staff. We work to enhance student learning through the most efficient and effective use of instructional technology.

We also provide technology consultations, one-on-one training, workshops, and other services that are beneficial to an innovative learning environment. In addition, we manage and support the The Open Learning Lab.

Need Help Teaching with Technology?

If you are interested in how to best incorporate technology into new or updated assignments and projects or if you're learning how to use new software or technology tools, please contact us for assistance and more information.

 

Need Help?

Call 425-352-3906 or email uwbdli@uw.edu

 

Events

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Keep up with the latest from DLI on our Blog and Twitter pages.

  

 

50 Must Read Higher Ed IT Blogs 2016


Our DLI Blog has made the Top 50 Must Read Higher Ed I.T. Blogs for EDTECH magazine for the second time!