Information Technology

The Department of Information Technology provides computing, media and academic technology support across the UW Tacoma campus.

 

Learn more about the various types of accounts you need as a student or employee.
Teleconference phones are available to be setup in rooms with an active network port. To request, please send an email to tacmedia@uw.edu at least 2 business days prior to your meeting. Please note, there is a limited quantity of phones available. Request does not guarantee availability. Charges may be applicable via UUF guidelines.
Canvas makes it extremely easy to give students direct access to licensed, Fair Use, and public domain content via your course site.
The Catalyst Web Tools are a set of Web-based communication and collaboration applications designed by the University of Washington for use in teaching, learning, research, and more.
Learn more about Office365 for use of email and calendaring features.
State and university policies and guidelines that govern the use of university information resources and computing technology.
A simple and easy-to-use tool for accessing the web resources you need to fulfill your goals at the university.
The following are good security practices that will help protect you and your computer.
There are several ways that students, faculty and staff can acquire software and hardware.
There are multiple options for your data storage needs while on campus or cloud storage for off-site access.
Do you need help with setup or use of A/V equipment for your class or event?
This facility is available for students, faculty and staff to develop enhanced presentations and multimedia projects with video, audio, digital photos and graphics..
A high-speed, wired (Ethernet) network connection is provided to most all offices, classrooms and lab spaces. Wireless connectivity is available in most interior and exterior areas on campus.