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Assistance hosting a web conference.

Complete this form to request a web redirect or shortened URL. The provided short URL must not point to an existing page. Redirects will be maintained on a temporary basis.

Student Affairs supports many custom web applications. This service is to report issues, upgrades, systems changes, permissions, etc. for all Student Affairs IT supported web applications.

Example of SAIT supported applications: DCO Home, Door Access App, Food Zoo Menu & Tag Printing, Griz Card Tickets App, Griz Card Wiki, Hall Snacks App, Housing/Roommate Finder, Student Hiring App, Unclaimed Property App, etc.

If you need help editing your Cascade site, fill out our form to request a meeting or to receive assistance from our Web Team technicians.

Process for requesting a new Submittable account.

Complete this form to request access to an existing website in Cascade CMS. This form must be be completed by the individual requesting access. Do not fill this out on behalf of another user. Sponsor approval and web accessibility training are required to gain Cascade access.

Complete this form to request access to Cascade form data. Data submitted through the Form Builder plugin can be accessed on the Cascade Form Data web app.

The UMontana Mobile App is a suite of mobile services that includes access to information, integration with UM academic tools, and the ability to conduct University business from your phone, tablet, or the web.

University of Montana has an enterprise agreement for Zoom Technologies, a cloud-based product that provides remote conferencing, meeting and chat services.

Complete this form to request a new website in Cascade CMS. This form can be completed by new or existing Cascade users. Sponsor approval is required to create a new website.

Complete this form to request a push notification to be sent to a target audience in the UMontana mobile app. Requests for push notifications must be made three days before date of send and are subject to revision to comply with push notification guidelines and scheduled availability.

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.

Captioning is a verbatim rendering of the words, speech sounds and non-speech sounds that appear with the visual recording in synchronized fashion. Captioning makes it possible for people who are deaf or hard of hearing to access audio information.

The UM campus map contains multiple data layers such as wireless access locations, accessibility routes and entrances, parking, places to eat and more.

Complete this form to request assistance with an existing custom application or to request development of a new custom application.