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IT Services provides individualized software instruction and training to faculty, students, and staff. Curricular projects are given priority for resources.

Institution-licensed software may be installed on institutional computers free of charge by contacting IT Services. Some software is also available for purchase at or through the Help Desk.

Troubleshoot access to the Adobe creative cloud, remote access to public desktop computers, public desktop computers, access to Microsoft Office, etc.

IT Services subscribes to Atomic Learning (Infobase), a Web-based library of video tutorials on software including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.), Adobe Creative Suite (including Photoshop and InDesign), iMovie and more.

The Colleges uses the Alertus system to disseminate emergency notifications. To receive these notifications on your computer, you must install the Alertus software.

Licensed account access to Ensemble's video streaming and hosting platform as well as Ensemble Anthem recording software.

The ESRI software tool platform, ArcGIS, is a commercial GIS software tool that is widely used to display and examine spatial data. In addition to ESRI desktop tools, users can also share created data on the Internet using ArcServer and ArcGIS Online for Organizations software.

To ensure both faculty and students have flexible and reliable access to the wide variety of software tools the Colleges supports in campus computing labs, IT Services has invested in a tool that allows for managed access to public desktop computers. Students (using their own devices) that need specialized software installed to campus computers (all computer labs -both Mac and PC), during class or other designated work times, will be able to gain access to complete their assigned work.

Public desktop computers are available throughout campus for all students, faculty, and staff to use. these computers have specialized software installed to support teaching and learning.

IT Services offers equipment to students, faculty, and staff for curricular use.

Hobart and William Smith Colleges has for loan a set of GPS units that can be used to collect point data in the field.

Dedicated help with getting started and using multiple tools to capture your screen or webcam lectures.

IT Services provides a Web-based video conferencing tool to allow faculty and staff to conduct meetings online.