Why can’t I share a survey in Qualtrics?

If you would like to give another user permission to edit, view, or send a Qualtrics survey, you can do it through the “Share Project” option. The steps to get there are outlined in the screenshot below. First locate your Project. Click on “Projects” (1) and browse through the panels on the left to locate your survey […]

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What is my quota in Qualtrics?

Qualtrics is one of two online survey tools available to faculty, staff, and students. Every user begins with the same default quotas in Qualtrics: 25 surveys 5 active surveys 1,000 outgoing email messages If you are collaborating on a survey with someone else, keep in mind that the number of surveys distributed counts towards the quota of […]

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How do I checkout an ArcGIS license?

If you are a faculty member who will be traveling with a laptop and want to use ArcGIS, please follow these instructions to check out a license. While you and your laptop are on campus, install the current version of ArcGIS from Software Center. Scroll through the list to find ArcGIS. Note: You must be on […]

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What is ChemBioDraw Ultra?

ChemBioDraw Ultra is chemistry and biology software made by PerkinElmer.  ChemBioDraw runs on Macintosh and Windows computers. Bucknell University has a site license that allows all faculty and students to install this software on University owned and personally owned computers.  It can also be installed on classroom and lab computers if requested. Learn more about installing […]

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How do I find and install software?

Student, Faculty, and Staff Personally Owned Computers If you want to install software on your personally owned computer, logon to: Software Downloads for Personally Owned Computers You will only be able to see software you are eligible to install. Some examples of software available to install (subject to licensing restrictions) include JMP, Mathematica, ChemBioDraw, and […]

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How can I use Mathematica for my research?

Research with Mathematica Rather than requiring different toolkits for different jobs, Mathematica integrates the world’s largest collection of algorithms, high-performance computing capabilities, and a powerful visualization engine in one coherent system, making it ideal for academic research in just about any discipline. Resources for researchers Mathematica for University Research—Free video course Explore Mathematica‘s high-level and multi-paradigm programming language, support for […]

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How do I use Mathematica in the classroom?

Teaching with Mathematica Mathematica offers an interactive classroom experience that helps students explore and grasp concepts, plus gives faculty the tools they need to easily create supporting course materials, assignments, and presentations. Resources for educators Mathematica for Teaching and Education—Free video course Learn how to make your classroom dynamic with interactive models, explore computation and visualization capabilities in Mathematica that […]

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How do I use Mathematica?

Mathematica Tutorials The first two tutorials are excellent for new users, and can be assigned to students as homework to learn Mathematica outside of class time. Hands-on Start to MathematicaFollow along in Mathematica as you watch this multi-part screencast that teaches you the basics—how to create your first notebook, calculations, visualizations, interactive examples, and more. What’s New in Mathematica 9Provides examples to help […]

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How do I install Mathematica?

Student and Faculty Personally Owned Computers If you want to install Mathematica on your personally owned Macintosh or Windows computer, logon to: Software Downloads for Personally Owned Computers You will only be able to see Mathematica if you are eligible to install it.  This will allow you to get a Home Use License. NOTE: It may take […]

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