2019 Desktop & Lab Software

2019 Windows Standard Configuration Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit Unsupported 16-bit applications may no longer work on a 64-bit environment. Pre-Installed Software This software is already installed on all classroom, lab, desktop, and laptop Windows computers. Adobe Reader current Chrome current Firefox current Internet Explorer Microsoft Office Word Excel PowerPoint Project Publisher Browser Plugins Additional […]

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What is Bucknell University Remote Labs?

Bucknell University Remote Labs (VMware Horizon) is a virtual computer lab.  BU Remote Labs allows you to use software without installing it on your computer. You can connect to BU Remote Labs from your personally owned Linux, Mac, or Windows computer. Software available from BU Remote Labs: JMP Pro MatLab MathCad Minitab SAS SolidWorks SPSS […]

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Direct Links FAQ

If you need direct access to a system during an outage or upgrade, you may be able to use the following links: Bmail:  https://mail.google.com/a/bucknell.edu/?AuthEventSource=SSO Workday:  https://www.myworkday.com/bucknell/d/home.htmld Banner 9 Admin:  https://appnav-prod.ec.bucknell.edu/applicationNavigator Banner Self Service / SSB / Web: https://ssb-prod.ec.bucknell.edu/ssomanager/saml/login?relayState=/c/auth/SSB Moodle: https://moodle.bucknell.edu Website: https://www.bucknell.edu For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or techdesk@bucknell.edu. […]

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How do I add a streaming video to a Moodle course site?

This video will walk you through the process of adding a streaming video to your course site. If you added the video in previous courses, you may have an old link that doesn’t work, so you’ll want to re-add the video to your current site by following these instructions. https://mediaspace.bucknell.edu/media/Moodle+KVR6/1_xw4429fn If you have questions about […]

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I am a faculty member using clickers in my course. How do I prepare for using the clickers this semester?

Clickers are also called audience response devices. They are part of an audience response system that uses a student-held physical remote (the actual clicker device), an instructor’s receiver, and specialized software that allows you to collect student responses to clicker questions and then display those responses via the projection system in your classroom. At Bucknell, […]

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How do I access Bucknell University Remote Labs (VMware Horizon) from a Mac?

This article will guide you through the steps required to start using Bucknell University Remote Labs (VMware Horizon).  You can access VMware Horizon either through your browser or a client from your own desktop. The first 14 steps apply to any applications on VMware Horizon, while the remaining steps are specific to Minitab.  Minitab is an […]

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