UW Tacoma's campus alert system is designed to immediately notify students and employees about inclement weather, emergencies or other situations that affect normal campus operations. Notifications are posted on the campus website, digital signage on campus and through email. In addition, you may opt-in to receive alerts via text message. To sign up, visit UW Alert.
To find locations of heart defibrillators and blue emergency phones, visit the emergency resources map published by Campus Safety and Security.
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Academic Continuity Toolkit
Having course materials online is helpful for both preparedness and for student accessibility. The following list contains ways you can share various types of course materials with your students online. For recommendations on how to prepare in advance and conduct classes during a large-scale disruption to campus operations, c us.
Canvas is the course management system at UW Tacoma. Instructors can use this tool as a central place to post course materials, resources, and links as well as provide a number of online classroom activities. You can use Canvas to turn in assignments online, to grade online, and to create online student groups.
Catalyst Web Tools provides a collection of tools that can be used to enhance face-to-face courses. There is an assignment dropbox, discussion board and file sharing. You use your NetID to gain access to these tools.
Lecture Capture is for use by faculty to create lectures that can be remotely accessed. It can also be used to share other audio and video materials with students online.
Course reserves in the UW Tacoma library can be used to make reading materials available to students online. E-Reserves are produced by scanning or converting print material provided by the instructor into PDF files.