Albion has license agreements with numerous different software providers. These agreements vary in their size and scope. If you would like to request academic software or inquire on what we are currently licensed for, please contact .
Accessing your Voicemail
The user reference guide for using your phone and setting up your voicemail can be found here. http://www.albion.edu/student-life/information-technology/support/user-guides/1164-user-guides-faculty-staff-telephone-and-voicemail
Albion Albion offers wireless networking throughout academic spaces and in common areas of residence halls. Please see the link below for more information (http://www.albion.edu/wireless)
ACIS is an acronym for Albion College Information System. Faculty use this site to post grades while students use it for course registration and checking grades. Students can view financial aid and account information using ACIS.
The Albion 1Card is the official identification card of Albion College. Issued to all members of the College Community, it is required for identification and access to essential campus services. It also offers a convenient declining balance debit account - Briton Bucks - for making purchases on and around campus.
Albion College has partnered with Google Apps for Education to bring you this commonly used and robust email platform. Email support can be found on the IT site at http://www.albion.edu/student-life/information-technology/support/emails-and-passwords
New faculty members receive their Banner and ACIS login credentials from the Registrar at their orientation meeting. Staff receive them by request from their supervisor. Training for Banner can be scheduled by contacting the Help Desk.
Banner reports require both network authentication and a Banner login. Information including budget information can be acquired from these reports.
The reference table for the cable TV channels provided by WOW TV can be found here. WOW_cable_channels.pdf
All members of the college community are invited to share what they are thinking about. Anyone with an albion.edu email address can get started in minutes. Sign up at campus.albion.edu.
Course Management System
Moodle is the course management system at Albion. To place your syllabus, assignments, or discussion board on the web, complete our online course web request form at http://courses.albion.edu/mod/url/view.php?id=11
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To request door access for students or employees, please email . Please keep in mind that these requests sometimes take up to a week to complete. Only Vice-Presidents or Department Heads may authorize staff members to have access to areas with key card locks. The policy for authorizations can be seen at: http://www.albion.edu/student-life/information-technology/support/keys-and-authorizations/2877-authorizations
Albion College provides file storage space to all faculty, staff, and students that is backed up nightly. Network drive space falls into two categories: Enterprise class storage which is backed up nightly and Commodity class storage which is not backed up. Please see this link for more information http://www.albion.edu/student-life/information-technology/support/networking/2823-computer-and-network-drives
Office 2010 for Windows and Office 2011 for Mac are available for all faculty and staff office machines. They are also available to students at no additional cost through our Microsoft Campus Agreement. Faculty and staff can download the current version of Microsoft Office under our work-at-home licensing agreement. It is available for download on our website at http://www.albion.edu/it/software/176-microsoft-officedownload
The people directory is the easiest way to find contact information for people within the campus community.
Symantec is the anti-virus software we use for campus machines. It is available for student personal computers through our license agreement, but not for faculty and staff personally-owned computers.
Information Technology is happy to offer a wide range of equipment to campus users on a short term basis at no cost. To view what is available to you and complete an online request form, click this link. (http://www.albion.edu/student-life/information-technology/reserving-it-equipment/sign-out-form)
Instructional Technology offers various types of training from one-on-one, to workshops, and even free online tutorials featuring Atomic Learning (www.atomiclearning.com/login/albion). To schedule one-on-one training, please complete the form linked here (http://www.albion.edu/student-life/information-technology/support/training/2810-one-onone-training). To login to Atomic Learning use your Network Username and Password.