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The hardware and software required to host the business and instructional applications used at the College are managed and maintained to ensure security, reliability, and performance.

Our video conferencing platform, Zoom, enables online meetings and screen sharing. Zoom is also integrated into Canvas for faculty to use within their courses with their students and guests.

Printers are available in a variety of locations including computer labs and the Library for students and open areas and department office suites for faculty and staff.

Microsoft Teams enables departments, organizations, or groups of people to improve productivity with the ability to share documents, communicate, and much more.

Reports from college wide systems are provided using Cognos and coordinated through application managers in the major business areas of the college.

myHill is our secure portal that provides simple access to news, information, and online services based on an individual’s role at Stonehill.

Canvas by Instructure is our learning management system. It provides powerful tools for faculty to present course content, collect student assignments, enable collaboration and manage outcomes.  Students benefit from a single online resource to access all their course information.

A variety of technology equipment is available for short-term loan.

Video recording and streaming services include high-definition digital video recording, live streaming, and online distribution. Services are provided for College events that have a community wide or public audience and are deemed important for the archives.

Access to the campus network is provided through secure, high speed wireless and wired connections.

Access to Banner, Cognos reports and some departmental information systems is authorized by information custodians and liaisons based on the requestor's job.

Spam filtering protects incoming and outgoing email from malware and spam.

Each individual with an Office 365 email account is provided OneDrive cloud storage.

Announcement Lists provide a single email address to send an email message to a specific College group, like all employees.

Software licenses are purchased and installed through a centralized process that ensures compatibility and benefits from discounted and volume pricing while meeting the specific needs of faculty and departments.

Poster printing is available at the IT Service Desk in Duffy 025 to faculty needing posters that serve an academic purpose (research or class work) and that will have a broad audience (e.g. Stonehill-wide community events, poster-sessions at academic conferences, etc.).

IT staff are available by appointment to come to classrooms to assist with a variety of activities. Examples include: assisting with the use of classroom technology; demonstrating the use of lecture capture or video conferencing software; and training students on the use of Canvas, Office365 or other supported software.

Over 400 computers are available on campus for student use in open computer labs, in technology classrooms, and in the MacPhaidin Library.

Lecture capture enables the video capture of a class lecture or presentation using the computer in a classroom or a laptop in an office.  The supported lecture capture application, Panopto, is used primarily for instructional purposes.  However, it may be used for other purposes like providing training videos or capturing visiting speakers.

The hardware, software, and wiring required to provide a robust college wide data network are managed and maintained to support the mission of the college.

Assistance to coordinate upgrades to departmental systems may be requested by application managers.

Computers are purchased and maintained through a centralized process that ensures compatibility and benefits from volume pricing while meeting the specific needs of faculty and staff.

Setup of equipment, such as microphones and podiums, are provided by professional staff who may also staff events requiring complex technology configurations and sound engineering.

Remote access through our Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows secure access to college computing and information resources from an off campus location.

IT staff members are available for one-on-one and small group consultations with faculty on a variety of topics.