Self-Help –collection of frequently requested computing information and resources
Lynda.jmu.edu - Free video tutorials on software, design, and business skills. Learn to use Canvas, SharePoint, Windows, Mac OS, WordPress, Illustrator, Photoshop, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and more
Attend a Technology-Related Workshop - JMU Faculty and Staff have various courses and options to learn more about computing, technology, instructional technology and specific software. The "Computing@JMU" workshop is designed specifically for new employees.
Technology Coordinators - Technology Coordinators serve as contacts between your college/department and the department of Information Technology. Check with your college or departmental technology coordinator about your computing problem or question.
Do Not Let Your JMU e-ID Password Expire – Your e-ID password is used to access many authenticated websites and applications, such as your JMU Exchange e-mail account, MyMadison, Canvas and more. E-ID passwords must be changed every 90 days.
Web Server - Learn more about and request access to publish to the main JMU web (www.jmu.edu), secureweb, web.jmu.edu and people.jmu.edu web servers
Educ - Learn more about and request access to publish to a Linux web server
Forms – Online requests for various computing services
Information Systems and Applications
Information Systems – Access to Information Systems, such as Human Resources, Student Administration, Finance, University Advancement and more
MyMadison - Student Center (Class Registration System, FAQs, tutorials), Academic Center, Employee Center ( payroll, leave, training, personal information, emergency notification, FAQs, tutorials) and much more
Remote Access – The SSL VPN Service offers a number of ways to connect to the JMU network form off-campus to access restricted on-campus resources (i.e. various library services, network file storage, and more).