Library ServicesPlease note that Library Services and IT Services have become different departments. The information on this page will be changing in the coming weeks.
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- AggreGator Introduction
- Finding a Specific Book Title in AggreGator
- Finding a Specific Article Title in AggreGator
- Researching a Topic in AggreGator
- Working with Search Results
- Exploring Book Records in AggreGator
- Exploring Article Records in AggreGator
- 2-Step Verification and Google
- Adopting Safer Habits
- Encrypt with Password in MS Office
- File Naming Conventions
- Mobile Devices
- Public WiFi Hotspots
- Tech Tip Tuesdays
Protecting Computer, Identity, and Data
Colleague and Informer
- Google Drive – Files stored there (uploaded or created with Google Docs) are automatically backed up by Google.
- Drive for Desktop – Software that grants access to Google Drive content directly from within your operating system’s File Browser (Windows Explorer or Mac Finder).
- Google shared drives – Employees may have access to shared storage using this collaborative service from Google.
Google Workspace at Allegheny
- Apps Status Dashboard
- Check Google Drive Storage Used
- Google Apps Learning Center
- Stay Informed About Google Apps Updates
- For Graduates: You have a couple of options for taking your Allegheny account content with you:
Phones and Voicemail
- Desktop Phone Users
- Mobile Phone Users
- International Calling
- Retrieve Voicemail Messages by Phone
Printing and Posters
Software & Services
- Amazon AWS Educate: Allegheny College is an institutional member of AWS Educate, a program that provides credits to Allegheny College students and faculty for use on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s cloud services platform.
- ChemDraw: Students and faculty are entitled to a free download of this software.
- JMP Statistical software is available for student and faculty personal use.
- Kaleidagraph: Students currently enrolled in a class using Kaleidagraph are eligible to obtain a free copy of Kaleidagraph for their personal computer. It must be removed at the completion of the course.
- LaTeX for your personal computer
- Mnova: Students and faculty can download Mnova for Windows or Mac and obtain a license key.
- Obtain Software for Personal Computer
- Troubleshooting TMS (the Student Account Center)
- Using VLC to Play DVDs in Presentation Spaces on Campus
- Technology Proficiency Overview
- Google Calendar
- Google Drive
- Online Safety
- Word Processing