Tech Tips! - Administrative Software

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Savage
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Tuohy
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Strube
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Baxley
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Bynum
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Jarvis
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O'Brien
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Odom
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Kanevskaya
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Jarvis

Date

02/28/18

Software exists to assist with administrative tasks, advance research, and enhance teaching and learning. Here are some guildelines to think about as you consider adopting new software. 

  • Will this software include any type of student information such as names, email addresses, grades, or student assignments? Has this package been approved by campus?
  • Where does this software run? Is it secure and backed up so data is safe?
  • Are there legal requirements for this software to be accessible? Does this particular package meet those requirements?

ATLAS can help you answer these questions and navigate any required approvals. Contact your local IT support staff to start these conversations.