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Ally is a tool offered at Cornell to help you make your online course materials more accessible. Directly integrated into the learning management system, Ally checks all content in your course. It then provides you with a report rating the accessibility of the various components of your course.

Collaboration tools allow students, instructors, and teaching assistants to exchange resources in a number of different ways, depending on what is needed for a particular task.

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.

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.

The Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) provides web server space for deploying static HTML-based web pages. Static websites are hosted on a shared Linux platform and are served using the Apache web server. By default, the service provides a UNIX shell account accessible via SSH and SFTP and a limited amount of disk space. Websites may use HTML, Javascript, cascading style sheets (CSS).

The Electronic Signature service, using Adobe Sign, gives you the ability to send documents and collect signatures electronically for approval. Adobe Sign works within your existing systems and processes, and the e-signatures are secure and legal. You can also digitize existing signing processes, such as applications, enrollments, or other form-based documents.

Apps on Demand is Cornell's academic virtual endpoint service.  It utilizes Amazon AppStream 2.0 or Azure Virtual Desktop, to provide students and faculty access to 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 application.

Enables applications and devices to send mail through Cornell's email systems.

Assessment tools aid in assessing and evaluating student learning and can provide different options to assess students beyond the traditional exam.

Scheduled maintenance, or diagnosis, troubleshooting, workaround, and repair, of installed AV systems.

The CU Blogs service uses the WordPress platform and is hosted in the cloud by a 3rd party vendor, CampusPress.

CampusPress has WordPress's ease of use and most popular features, while keeping the service economical by focusing on providing only those features of greatest use to its entire community. Security and maintenance updates are managed by the vendor, making the CU Blog service an ideal option for Cornell faculty and staff looking for a fast, easy way to publish content and manage comments from across the web, using a standard set of features.

Longview is used by Cornell finance staff with budget oversight responsibilities for development, analysis, and forecasting of the operating, trustee, and capital budgets at Cornell.