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Ability to reserve rooms and equipment, such as projectors, laptops, inside Outlook and Outlook Online

Studio reservations for course related work.

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.

All buildings on campus are connected to the University's wired network. Network jacks are generally available in all offices, meeting rooms, classrooms, lecture halls, labs, as well in some public areas (hallways, open space, etc.). Wireless (WiFi) network access is available throughout the University campus, and selected off-campus locations.

Domain Name Services (DNS) is the Internet's equivalent of a phone book. DNS servers maintain a directory of domain names (example: uwindsor.ca) and translate them to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses (example: 137.207.71.196). This is necessary because, although domain names are easy for people to remember, computers or machines, access websites based on IP addresses. 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

Microsoft Office 365 is a productivity, collaboration, and messaging platform. All faculty, staff and students are required to use University e-mail account for all official University business/school related correspondence. Students will be migrated from UWin Gmail to Office 365 / Outlook by Sept 2020.

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.

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.

Faculty, staff and students who would like to use software that is not covered by any of the campus-wide licensing agreements can submit a request to purchase a license.