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As a custodian of institutional information, you are responsible for the Cornell data sent, stored, or shared on the information technology (IT) software, services, and devices -- whether personally owned or university-owned -- that you use. This responsibility includes choosing appropriate...Read more

Scheduling@Cornell is an academic and event scheduling application with a modern, intuitive interface that supports students, faculty, and staff in a variety of ways:

One-stop university academic and event scheduling system to request locations on campus. Event Schedulers can access...Read more

Due to changes being made by Qualtrics to improve email delivery, when using the Qualtrics Mailer in Cornell's survey service, it will be necessary to use as the "From" address either the default "From" address of invitation@surveys.mail.cornell.edu or an address set up in advance by contacting...Read more

Apps on Demand is Cornell's implementation of Amazon AppStream 2.0, which allows users to access desktop applications through their HTML5-capable web browsers. This service's main goal is to provide specialized software necessary for each course without requiring each student to purchase the...Read more

Canvas is a web-based course management system used by students and faculty. Canvas makes it easy for instructors to manage materials distribution, assignments, communications, and other aspects of instruction for their courses. This service is available at no cost and is supported for use by...Read more

Accessible websites are designed to be usable by anyone, regardless of device, language, culture, location, or physical or mental ability. Specifically, web accessibility is a set of practices, choices, and standards aimed at making websites that people with a diverse range of hearing, movement...Read more

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