With Virtual Lab, you can access the software image offered in the General Access Labs remotely from your own computer whenever and wherever you are computing with high-speed internet connection.
Located within the Andersen General Access Lab in L1008, the Media Lab enables students to work with a variety of different A/V and print technologies.
Collaboratory meeting rooms are available for students to work with teams on group projects in Andersen 1008.
There are two General Access Computer Labs on campus: McGraw 19 and Andersen 1008. PC and Mac computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Students may print university related material in the General Access Computer Labs. To print, you must have an active Net-ID.
Student email accounts are automatically created when a student registers for a Freshman Preview or Transfer Registration session. Official university correspondence including billing, course information and announcements will be sent to the UW-Whitewater email address.
UW-Whitewater students may download a copy of Symantec Endpoint Protection for personal use at no cost.
Google Apps for Education provides free access to Google applications (Google Drive, Docs, Spreadsheets, Sites, etc) which allows users to easily share and collaborate on documents in the cloud.
Ironport is an anti-spam service that uses a global spam evaluation system to identify and flag email messages that are likely to be spam.
WebEx is a web conferencing tool, that lets you host virtual meetings, share files, chat face-to-face using video, and share your screen to display professional virtualized presentations.
All UW-Whitewater employees and students now have access to lynda.com, which teaches the latest software, creative, and business skills through high-quality online instructional videos featuring recognized industry experts.
Microsoft Office ProPlus is available for current UW-Whitewater students at no cost
With the 4U program, UW-Whitewater students and employees are able to take advantage of great savings by using their university discount with vendors.
Desire2Learn (D2L) is an online course management system used by instructors to provide students with "anytime, anywhere" access to course materials, such as syllabi, readings, lecture presentations, and multi-media files. D2L also includes many online tools that allow you to check your course grades, take online quizzes, contribute to and participate in online discussion boards, and much more.
TechQuest is an online tutorial that provides an interactive tour of technology on campus. TechQuest was developed to ensure that students are aware of the campus technology resources available to them, as well as where to find more information about campus technology, and where to go for help.