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The University of Windsor maintains a Unix server named ARC1 (which stands for Academic and Research Computing). It offers a number of Unix applications as well as some analytical programs.

eCV (Electronic CV), ESS (Early Support System), Law OLSAS, PostDoc, SET (Students Evaluation of Teaching), SNAP, Perseus

Active Directory (AD) is a legacy Microsoft directory that stores information about members of the domain, including devices and users, verifies their credentials and defines their access rights.  Azure Active Directory (AAD) is a modern cloud-based identity and access management solution that also provides a foundation for device management solution called Intune. During the transition period, both directories are co-existing and are working together in our hybrid AD environment.

Raiser's Edge (management of alumni donor records), CAMPUSCALL (phonathon software used to support University’s telephone fundraising program)

Audio conferencing is the practice of connecting multiple called parties on a single audio conference call, with multiple lines connected through a conferencing bridge.

Multiple camera location recordings of guest speakers, conferences, and other special events on campus; full production of promotional and instructional audio or videos and audio/video/presentation consultation and support for special events. Also access to on-campus television and sound studios and studio equipment with professional support to assist faculty, staff and students.

Big File Drop Box service uses a combination of e-mail and FTP services to securely share files with others at the University or outside of the University.

Blackboard is the Learning Management System (LMS) that the University of Windsor supports. It is a robust system with several communication tools including Announcements, Discussions, and a Virtual Classroom called Blackboard Collaborate Ultra; multiple assessment options such as Tests and Assignments; and interactive tools including Journals, Blogs, Discussions and Wiki.

CallPilot voice mail system can be accessed from your office phone, from an external number, and through mycallpilot.uwindsor.ca website.

University classrooms are equipped with audio-visual equipment to assist instructors with the delivery of academic materials. Faculty, staff and students can order equipment for their class or event to fulfill AV requirements for rooms without integrated media systems.

A listing of University classrooms including pictures and details on seating capacity, lighting, audio-visual equipment, and more.

Something for everyone - UWindsor's Continuing Education offers workshops, seminars, certificates and more. With minimal pre-requisites for most of our classes, we are open to the community and industry alike.

Crystal Reports is a business intelligence application. It is used to design and generate reports from a wide range of data sources.

CuMA is a curriculum mapping tool that also serves as an archive of all Senate-approved learning outcomes at the University of Windsor. CuMA allows you to create or revise course and program learning outcomes for submission to PDC, build curriculum maps to visualize how courses align to program outcomes, and export your curriculum-related data to Excel for further analysis.

CuMA is available online at: https://ctl2.uwindsor.ca/cuma/ . A UWin ID is required in order to sign in.

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network protocol used to assign IP addresses and provide configuration information to devices such as servers, desktops, or mobile devices, so they can communicate on a network using the Internet Protocol (IP). All IP addresses are dynamically allocated by our DHCP servers on both wireless and wired networks