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Google Drive is a collaboration service for Cornell, faculty, staff, and students which allows you to share and collaborate on documents and other files online.

OneDrive is a collaboration service for Cornell faculty, staff, students which allows you to share and collaborate on documents and other files online.

Computer equipment available for short-term use.

Who I Am is a web-based service used by members of the Cornell community to activate their email accounts, control mail forwarding, and update directory information (phone, addresses, etc.). It is available to members of the Cornell community who have a valid NetID.

Email accounts include mailboxes, email addresses, and email forwarding associated with an email address. This includes account provisioning and account access, but not user login.

Evaluation of site accessibility and options for remediation and improvement.

Collaboration tool for storing, organizing, and sharing information.

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.

Low-cost bulk cloud object store for backup data and secondary storage.

Lecture Capture is a self-service application that allows instructors to record lectures from their own computer, a classroom computer, or capture device.

Secure connection to Cornell's IT resources hosted on campus.

Installation and support of audio-visual technology in your classroom, office, conference room or other space.

Software installed on managed endpoints.

Not requestable via the Service Catalog.

The Cornell Employee Training Management is branded as CULearn The service allows end-users (Learners) to access their ongoing compliance and staff development training and training provided by units across the university.

Audio-visual support for live, hybrid, or virtual meetings, presentations, concerts, and other events that use AV/IT infrastructure and facilities. (Offering of the Event Technical Support and Media Production service.)

Time reporting for project work or operational work; currently offered through the Unanet system.

The NetID is the unique electronic identifier, in which the password permits secure access to non-public Cornell resources and information.

NetIDs are unique and permanent. The same NetID is never reassigned to more than one individual; if you leave the university and return at a later time, the original NetID is reactivated for your use.

The Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) provides web server space for deploying dynamic web pages. The Academic Dynamic Web Hosting service offers web hosting space for the purpose of course instruction and coursework for Cornell courses. This service is provided for course-related work by faculty, instructional staff, and students in active university courses.

Atlassian Confluence is a collaborative website, known as a wiki. Confluence uses a WYSIWYG interface (what you see is what you get) to make it easy to create, edit, link to, and share web pages. Confluence is a free service for Cornell-related work, projects, and research. New sites, called spaces, are available upon request.

Applications and infrastructure supporting campus and campus community safety.

Current Cornell faculty, students, and staff have free, unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning's online library of high-quality training videos featuring the latest software, creative, and business skills. Access over 11,000 online courses designed for all experience levels.