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Information regarding software available to students, staff, and faculty.

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Microsoft related software applications including the Windows Operating System (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, and Mobile), the Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, ​Outlook, Publisher (PC only), and Access (PC only).
Software specifically for artistic and creative use, such as Adobe, AutoCAD, and ChemDraw.
PaperCut is a printing resource management tool used in many UM campus departments and computer labs.
Accessible Technology provides a number of accessibility services to UM faculty, staff and students.
Box
Box is a cloud-based storage and collaboration tool from Box.com. UM provides the enterprise version of Box available exclusively to higher education institutions.
Central IT provides software licensing and acquisition information for many software applications to students, faculty and staff. By managing software licensing and acquisition, and negotiating license agreements, IT enables campus departments and individuals to benefit from reduced costs to help software dollars go further.
University of Montana has a relationship with Apple allowing for free or reduced pricing on software and hardware.
Desktop publishing is the creation of documents using page layout skills on a device for print and for web. Web publishing or online publkishing is the process of publishing original content to the internet.
A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present spatial or geographic data.
This category includes software that analyzes data, provides tools for specialized and enterprise analytical needs.

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How do I know what software has been reviewed by accessibility?

Software purchased for use on campus must be accessible and must produce accessible products. Accessible Technology Services evaluates the accessibility of software being considered for purchase, and the EITA Task Force makes final decisions about the level of accessibility of software. Contact ATS or the EITA coordinator if you have questions or comments.

How do I use Zoom video conferencing?

We have a Zoom site licensing agreement, and use Zoom for our video and web conferencing needs! We selected Zoom for their ease of use, video & audio quality, not to mention their ability for cross-platform and mobile support. Zoom is currently available to all UM employees. Student may be able to use Zoom upon request, see details in the article.

UM Software Web Store

UM's software web store provides significantly discounted software to eligible faculty and staff members.