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IT provides electronic and information technology (EIT) review to help departments meet requirements of UM's Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility policy. Accessible Technology Services provides software and hardware review as part of Procurement along with a variety of other reviews to ensure that documents, instructional materials, media, software, hardware, computing systems and websites meet accessibility requirements.

Accessibility Review for Moodle/LTI integrations

IT provides document review and remediation services (to WCAG 2.0 Guidelines) for several different types of documents. Documents will be reviewed and remeditated for accessibility and an accessibility report will be given to the requestor. Documents will be reviewed and remediated on a first in/first out basis, with priority given to academic departments.

Information Technology manages several campus-wide software products for UM faculty, staff and students. Additionally, many campus departments purchase specific software products for their departments. The following software title list is provided as a courtesy. The list is in development and is not inclusive of all campus software titles. If you don't see a title you have interest in reviewing/purchasing, please contact UM IT Help for assistance (406-243-4357) or your departmental technical support staff member.

Submit a proposal for hardware or software using student computing fee funding.

Report if the Orbital Shift software is not working as expected.

This software, which is the standard chemical structure drawing software in science, is used by scientists for drawing molecules and reactions for day to day work in the laboratory, for preparing figures for publications, reports, notebook entries, for calculating exact mass for molecular structure characterization, predicting NMR, generating chemical names and for basic 3D modeling.

Request for Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Acrobat Pro for UM Employees

MatLab is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment developed by MathWorks. University of Montana has a enterprise agreement for MatLab.

Maple is a symbolic and numeric computing environment, and is also a multi-paradigm programming language. University of Montana has a limited number of network licenses available for faculty and student use.

Mathematica is a mathematical symbolic computation program. University of Montana has a limited number of campus licenses available.

University of Montana through an enterprise licensing agreement with IBM, provides access to SPSS statistical software for UM and UM Western students (computer labs and personal devices.)

Departmental and Central IT technical support staff only are authorized to request Microsoft multiple activation keys for Windows and Office software.

Glean Note-taker (Formerly called Sonocent Audio Notetaker) is a cloud-based software that supports your note-taking educational endeavors and is available to ODE students with a note-taking accommodation.

If you can't find what you're looking for in the Solution Center's knowledgebase, requesting this service will notify the UM Solutions Center Knowledgebase governance committee. Requests for articles are reviewed, prioritized, and created on a monthly basis.