 Software

The Colorado School of Mines has access to many software titles. That software is available to the Mines community in accordance with the license agreement for each package.

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Knowledge and How-To information about OnBase by Hyland.

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Pinned Article Mines Software Inventory

A list of all software existing at Mines, alphabetized by title.

How to Request New Software at Mines (What is Needed and Why?)

If you are prepared to request a new software purchase at Mines, you may use the New Software Request (pilot) Service to begin the submission process. If you would like to review the form questions in the process to better understand the information required prior to submitting your request, you may use the PDF version which accompanies this article.

Library Systems

For Arthur Lakes Library staff. Submit a ticket to report issues with library software and systems.

Microsoft Teams Help & Resources

Microsoft Teams at Mines lets faculty, staff, and students collaborate in a dynamic, chat-based environment. It’s part of your school-sponsored Office365 at Mines account.

Obtaining Microsoft products via Azure Dev Tools for Teaching

Microsoft Imagine has been moved to Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching. This article provides information on accessing and downloading most Microsoft products for free via the new interface, including Microsoft Windows 10, Windows Server 2019, and Visual Studio Enterprise 2017.

Sharing Files Using Microsoft OneDrive and Office365

This article explains the details of how to use Microsoft's cloud-sharing and file storage solution, known as OneDrive. As a Mines student, faculty, or Staff, you will receive access to OneDrive through Microsoft's Office 365 suite.

What version of X do the Linux Labs have?

How software and library versions are managed on the Linux Lab machines

Office365 Tips & Tricks for using Excel

Workshop page for Office365 Tips and Tricks for using Excel session held on October 15, 2019 from 9:40 am – 10:40 am. This session was part of a professional development series sponsored by Admin Faculty Council leading up to the Annual Fall Luncheon.