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Hardware support for Scholarship Laptops is defined.
This articles describes, and points to, the software ISU students, staff, and faculty can down load and install on personal devices at no additional costs. If you have an ISU owned machine that you need software installation support please use the service titled "Software Installation for ISU Owned Machines".
Indiana State University partners with many software vendors to provide access to academically discounted software for its Students and Faculty. Some applications are available for free, others for a significant discount off retail prices. This article provides a central information source about how to get many of these applications.
This article will detail the steps for students to install a copy of ArcGIS Pro on their personal machines.
This article provides locations for student printers. The target audience is students.
This article provides general information about OneDrive features for students.
This article provides links to resources to help students, faculty and staff improve their experience using OneDrive.
This article explains how to connect home or consumer-grade devices like Game Consoles, Televisions, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and other similar devices to ISU’s enterprise network.
This article describes how to connect to the ISU-OPEN wireless network for students, faculty, and staff.
Use this guide if you are having trouble connecting to our wireless network. This guide lists devices and/or device specifications that are compatible with our ISU network. It also lists devices that are known to have problems connecting to our network.
This article describes how to connect to the wired network in residential facilities. The target audience is students, faculty, staff and guest.
This article will provide a resolution to the issue, PowerPoint presentation projecting black lines during the presentation. This article will provide other considerations and possible solutions when dealing with PowerPoint presentation aspect ratios.
This article describes frequently asked question about Endpoint Encryption Software. The target audience students, faculty and staff .
This article provides tips to stay safe online during the holidays. The target audience is students, faculty, and staff.
How faculty can allow students to publish videos with Instructor Review or freely to a Course Channel in YuJa