[softwarename] Software Information TEMPLATE (UW-Madison)

This page provides basic information on where to download [softwarename], and a list of resources on [softwarename] both online and at UW-Madison.

[Softwarename] is a tool for X, Y, Z:



Examples of the tool.

Ideally they should be examples of the tool used in higher education and teaching and learning focused but that's something we can work towards building. 


[softwarename] has been licensed by UW-System. Please check with your local IT staff first to see if they can install [softwarename] for you or if there are departmental policies on use and support of [softwarename].  [softwarename] is available to UW-Madison faculty and staff to download and install on University computers if your departmental IT group allows this. Faculty and staff can download [softwarename] by following these directions:


  • Documentation on how to use [softwarename] is here.


UW-Madison Resources

List relevant UW-Madison resources. This section may be omitted until we have a list of supported DoIT-AT tools and/or the e-mail lists set up for the various tools/communities. We might also want to consider listing STS here for student training and AT for instructor consultation. For example:
  • If you are a UW-Madison timetable course instructor and would like a consultation on how to use [softwarename], please e-mail academictech@doit.wisc.edu or call 608-262-5667. Academic Technology will follow up with you within two business days to setup an appointment.
  • If you are a UW-Madison student and would like assistance with using [softwarename] please contact DoIT STS through their "Ask a Trainer" service. STS will contact you within two business days to setup an appointment.
  • Instructors, staff, and students can use the Adobe software suite at most UW-Madison computer labs.

Keywords:softwarename, information, download, tutorials,   Doc ID:59961
Owner:Content Authoring Support .Group:Learn@UW Madison
Created:2016-01-21 13:42 CDTUpdated:2017-03-16 13:00 CDT
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