As we near the end of the fall semester, ITS would like to showcase some services and support we think are useful, particularly for students and faculty, during this time of the year.
Helpful Moodle support documentation, including tips for using the gradebook, is available on the Help website. Or, if you’re stuck and need to talk with someone, contact the Help Desk to be put in touch with someone from Learning and Research Technologies.
Amazon AppStream allows you to access a virtual Lafayette computer lab from a browser wherever you are. Many applications including AutoCAD, Matlab, and Stata are available on AppStream. For a complete list of software availability, please see our Apps Catalog.
Over two hundred thousand online tutorials are available on LinkedInLearning.com for a broad range of technology topics such as Microsoft and Adobe applications, programming languages, and video editing. Access Lafayette’s instance of LinkedInLearning.com at from My Lafayette or directly at linkedinlearning.lafayette.edu.
Remember to save your work often, particularly when working with programs that create local files (e.g., Word, PowerPoint). Beyond unlimited storage, Google Drive provides you options like Google Docs or Google Slides that saves your work automatically in real time. Read more about saving your data on the File Services help page.