[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:

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Examples

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. 

Download

[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

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

Tutorials

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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