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Zoom Webinar is used for web-based meetings with view-only attendees (not interactive) with queued Q&A submissions. Dartmouth has a variety of webinar sizes (attendees) available: 100, 500, *1,000, *3,000, *5,000, *10,000. (*Very limited quantities).
For more about Zoom Webinars and Large Meetings: https://services.dartmouth.edu/TDClient/1806/Po...

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Institutional Reporting and Analysis (OBIEE), Data Warehouse

Human Resources and Payroll

Submit a ticket for any student and faculty administrative systems issues or requests

Website and hosting requests for administrative offices, academic departments, centers, institutes, programs, faculty, and students.

Request the creation/installation, reconfiguration, or general assistance for a new application, database, server, or software infrastructure component.

Request Access or removal of access to Dartmouth Services that are restricted

Renew a sponsored, departmental, organizational or service account

Connect to the Dartmouth network via VPN

Welcome to RaDar, the centralized ordering system for shared resources. Please select the shared resource to view and purchase services and products offered by the resource

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Blitz group mailing list, ListServ List, O365 Group

Use this form to request a service account for API integration.

Complete the necessary information to move your Dartmouth phone number to the new phone service.

Finance, Procurement, and PCard

NOTE - For the 2020 Spring Term, if you are Faculty and do not have experience with Slack it is recommended that you use Canvas Discussion Board.  If you have questions about this recommendation please contact learning.design.tech@dartmouth.edu.

Computer upgrade program for tenure track Faculty.

CrashPlan is an automated, continuous, cloud-based back up and data recovery service for desktop and laptop devices.

This platform was created to fill voids that were created as a result of COVID-19.

Report a problem with an application, database, server, or software infrastructure component