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A listing of academic technology available at Bucknell and supported by Library & IT.
Eligible Bucknell University faculty and staff can download professional Adobe applications using Adobe Creative Cloud.
Instructions for connecting to with an Android phone or Chromebook
Instructions for running Solver on a lab computer.
This article explains how to move a topic area within a Moodle course by clicking, rather than by dragging.
A link to Apple's article on how to open files that the macOS security settings have blocked.
Zoom security best practices
Zoom information - instructions, licensing, hardware, usage
Faculty and staff may wish to create a web page to share information about their scholarship, research, or teaching.
Bucknell University Remote Labs (VMware Horizon) is a virtual computer lab. Click on this article for more information.
This software provides data backup capability to faculty and staff on desktop and laptop computers.
Instructions for faculty, staff or student who may be encountering Duo Security for the very first time.
Google Shared Drives (formerly known as Team Drives)  are shared spaces where groups of people can easily store, search, and access their files anywhere, from any device.
Instructions on how to use Google File Stream.
For more information on Code42 Crashplan, click on this article.
Bucknell students, faculty and staff can store files on Google drive using their Bmail account. Follow this article for information on how to backup files on your computer.
Instructions for students who need to submit an assignment in Moodle.
If your internet is too slow, click on this article for ways to fix it.