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MatLab is a programming platform designed specifically for engineers and scientists. The language, apps, and built-in math functions enable you to quickly explore multiple approaches to arrive at a solution. MatLab lets you take your ideas from research to production by deploying to enterprise applications and embedded devices.
What can you do with MatLab?
- Analyze data
- Develop algorithms
- Create models and applications
Who uses MatLab?
Millions of engineers and scientists in industry and academia use MatLab. You can use MatLab for a range of applications, including deep learning and machine learning, signal processing and communications, image and video processing, control systems, test and measurement, computational finance, and computational biology.
Network Upgrade Project
Information Technology Services (ITS) will launch a network upgrade to all buildings on campus beginning May 7, 2018.;The University has committed to the upgrade in order to improve all aspects of the networked experience.;See our Network Upgrade Page for updates and Progress.
Information Technology Services Announces OneDrive
OneDrive (Microsoft's internet-based storage platform) is available for use with external (non-UofM) colleagues. This service will provide a solution for sharing documents with others while working on research, class projects, or administrative collaboration. Remember, use of this service should align with all UofM policies and guidelines. (Please see UM1691 Campus Data Security Policy and the ITS Data Storage Guidelines.)
To access OneDrive, visit the University of Memphis Office 365 Webmail site (authenticate using your UUID and password). Look for the App Launcher (9 tiles in a square) at the upper left of the screen (near "Office 365" logo). Select OneDrive and let the collaboration begin!
Our OneDrive documentation highlights the features of Office 365 - OneDrive. ITS Center for Teaching & Learning will provide documentation and training. Visit Learning Curve for a listing of trainings.
The Daylight Experience is Here!
eCourseware now has a new look and feel. The Daylight user layout in eCourseware makes it easy to navigate courses. From the look and feel to how users interact with eCourseware, Daylight helps ensure the best possible experience. The process is simpler—whether it’s a faculty member creating a quiz or a student uploading an assignment. Its design, which features new fonts, layout and color scheme, invites users to dive right into their eCourseware experience. It is accessible to those using assistive technologies.
The University of Memphis has an Office 365 Student Advantage Program available to Students, Faculty, and Staff. This plan allows users to install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote, on up to 5 personal devices. These devices can be PCs or Macs and office apps on other mobile devices including Windows tablets and iPads.
TAF Lab Locations
iPrint is a wireless printing system that allows students to take advantage of printing services. These services are available at all Technology Access Fee (TAF) funded printers on campus. To find a list of the these areas, visit the Computer Labs/Smart Classrooms website.
iPrint website for a more in-depth set of directions and links to the system.
The University of Memphis uses Microsoft Office 365 (Outlook) as its standard, approved email service. Outlook provides a clear, unified view of emails, calendars, and contacts to keep your information and communication organized. Stay connected and go beyond basic email tasks. Outlook allows you to get more done, such as, journaling and document sharing.
Got a strange email? Check out this Infographic.
D2L Binder End of Life
D2L Binder End of Life process will begin November 1, 2018. At that time, D2L will turn off the cloud environment and students will no longer be able to save to the cloud. However, it will remain on the device. Additionally, the “Send to Binder” button will be removed. March 2019 D2L will no longer support Binder and will be removed from Apple and Google app stores. There is no replacement at this time.
myMemphis Training Videos
The myMemphis Portal is an online tool that allows you to access many University services from one location. In addition, the portal offers personalized content and individual customization.
Below are links to three videos created to learn navigation in myMemphis.
To view these guides, please note that Adobe Acrobat Reader will need to be installed on your system.
To access video content, please make sure your browser is up-to-date and supporting the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.
To check your system browser, use the What browser am I using? tool.
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