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Allows students, faculty and staff to download software at Miami-negotiated prices and to be aware of software site licenses so they do not purchase software elsewhere.

When you are reviewing potential vendors to decide what to purchase, ready to purchase, renew a contract, or make significant changes to any end-user facing technology assessing the accessibility of that technology is required. This form puts you in contact with the accessible technology team. The earlier you bring them in to review your plans, the smoother the process may be when procuring.

This form is for requesting a document or website to be reviewed or request training.

Service provides support for reading, writing and studying.

Making updates to web pages published in Cascade or other places.

Allows faculty and staff to make permanent and convenient paper documents and records useful to complete work assignments and create durable records for record retention purposes and information distribution.

Provides document storage offerings (e.g. M-drive, MUFiles, etc.) and commercial services like Google Drive. Web document storage allows users to store and collaborate on documents and other files over the Internet. Documents stored using these services will remain available if the client’s computer breaks, because the documents are “backed up” on the web document storage service.

Faculty, staff, and students may use this form to report issues with electronic locking doors at any Miami University campus.

The MiTech Repair Center provides walk-in hardware repair for personally-owned computers as well as dispatch services for university-owned hardware repair.

High Performance Computing Cluster which supports academic research.

IT Services provides web, application, data, and server hosting including data integration services for commercial, open-source and, in-house developed solutions for the Miami University community.

Provide Miami University community secure accounts for identity and access to University computer resources.

Miami Chat is an on-campus instant messaging service that can be used by anyone with a Miami UniqueID. The chief purpose for the service is for faculty/staff internal department communication, but anyone with a Miami UniqueID can use the service.

Kurzweil 3000 is an assistive technology, text to speech, learning tool that supports the concept of Universal Design for Learning with a suite of powerful reading, writing, test-taking, and study skill tools that makes curriculum accessible to all students.