Services & Software Hub

DMBTC technical services provides information and guidance for the software and services available through UF to faculty, staff and students.

Classroom Self-Recording System

Heavener, Hough, Matherly, and Stuzin Hall offers a simplified way to record your lectures. With the click of a button your lessons will be saved and stored into a personal folder. The user-friendly design allows for better file organization, thus reducing publishing time.

OneDrive

OneDrive @ UF provides 1TB of cloud file storage. Cloud storage makes it easier to access files from different devices and locations—there is no need to save documents to a flash drive when traveling or using a different device. In addition to file storage, OneDrive allows you to create and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote documents within your web browser or on your mobile device.

File-Express

File-Express allows any individuals with UF GatorLink accounts to exchange files that may be too large, or otherwise blocked by, traditional email methods.

Office 365 ProPlus

As part of UF’s campus-wide licensing agreement, the Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus for Education program allows multiple full downloads to personal devices of Office 2013 Professional Plus, Office 2011 for Mac, and Office for iPad at no charge to UF students, faculty and staff.

UFApps

UFApps provides access to software applications from any computing device—laptops, tablets, desktops, and smartphones—from any location, at any time.

Institutional Repository at the University of Florida

The Institutional Repository at the University of Florida (IR@UF) is the digital archive for the intellectual output of the University of Florida community, and includes research, news, outreach and educational materials.

High Performance Computing on Campus

Research Computing supports research-oriented computing activity as needed by UF faculty and drive the University toward its stated goal of becoming a top-ten public research university. Research Computing staff operate and support large-scale computing systems and data storage facilities for the benefit of the UF research community.

Faculty Website Services

College faculty and Ph.D. students can request a WordPress site. WordPress is software that allows anyone to easily maintain and edit pages. A template is provided along with basic instruction on use by the Communication Services web team.

FERPA Online Training and Certification

If you are required to become FERPA certified, the online training module must be completed in UF’s myTraining system. FERPA certifications must be renewed each year by completing the training and test.