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SIS IT RESOURCES


SIS/EDUCATION GRADUATE IT LAB

  • Hours, guidelines, etc. >>

SIS WIKI

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FORMS

  • SIS Student Group Website Editor Request Form >>

  • SIS PhD Web Profile Guidelines >>
    Profile Submission Form >>

  • SIS News/Photo Submission Form >>

  • SIS Wiki Editing Access Form >>

McGill IT RESOURCES


  • myMcGill >>
  • myCourses >>
  • Software licenses >>
      Office365 (for use while a McGill student) >>
  • Laptop bursaries >>

MCGILL IT SERVICES

  • IT Services >>
  • IT for students >>
  • McGill email address >>
  • File storage >>
  • UPrint >>
  • VPN: (alternate to EZProxy off-campus connection to library resources) >>
  • Wireless >>

GUIDES & POLICIES


  • Policy on Responsible Use of McGill IT Resources >>
  • Policy on E-mail Communication with Students >>
  • Guidelines on Mobile Computing Communication Devices in the Classroom >>
  • Guidelines for Blogs & Wikis at McGill >>
  • SIS Social Media Guidelines & Best Practices >>

TUTORIALS & VIDEOS


  • myCourses >>
  • Citation management >>
  • IT at McGill for new students >>

Labs & workstations

  • The SIS/Education Graduate Student IT Lab is located on the 5th floor (Rm. 513) of the Education Building and is available for individual use when not reserved for courses and workshops.
    > More information about the lab, including schedules, policies, and guidelines
  • Faculty of Education Computer Lab (3rd floor) has two Windows labs and one Mac lab available for individual use when not reserved for courses and workshops. In addition, the Faculty of Education Study Space has 58 public computers for student use.
    > Faculty of Education technology resources
  • McGill Library. Computer facilities are available in library locations across campus, including the Cyberthèque in the Humanities and Social Science Library in the Redpath Library Bldg.
    > McGill Library Computer Workstations

SIS Wiki

  • The SIS Wiki is a collaborative, unofficial SIS community information spot used to host the shared internal School events calendar, knowledge continuity resources for student groups, and more.

Email

  • Email Policy. McGill University has instituted a policy that establishes McGill email as an official means of communicating with students to ensure timely and efficient communication. It is your responsibility to ensure that time-critical email sent to your McGill email account is accessed, read and acted upon in a timely fashion. Policy on Email Communication with Students
  • Accounts. Students at McGill are given a 300MB mailbox on McGill's central Exchange server and a McGill email address. Read more @ Email for Students.

Software available through McGill

  • McGill Software Site: McGill has acquired site licenses for a small number of software applications, making them available to students at no charge. Two applications you may be interested in include antivirus software and bibliographic software.  For more information and to download software, please visit the McGill Software site for students.
  • McGill Computer Store: Students with a valid McGill ID card can purchase software from the McGill Computer Store, often at discounted educational prices. Only a partial listing is available on their web site, so students are recommended to drop by the store to see what titles are available. If the title you are looking for is not on the shelf, be sure to ask the staff if they can special order it for you.
  • Microsoft DreamSpark: Microsoft offers free software to students on their DreamSpark page. You will be required to verify your student status using your McGill log-in.