Additional University Software
ArcGIS Online allows you to build maps, analyze data, create web apps with your maps, and work collaboratively with the use of sharing.
Brightspace (Bsp) is the learning management system that is widely used across all University of Maine campuses.
Manage your time and share your schedule with others with Google Calendar. Set up appointments and even video calls and invite others to join you!
Google has created a cloud based version of Word, Excel and Powerpoint! Docs, Sheets, and Slides allow you to collaborate on projects in real time.
Google Drive is Google’s cloud storage service. All UMS students and Faculty have unlimited storage space with Google!
Create questionnaires, quizzes, or signup sheets using Google Forms!
Gmail is the email service that is widely used by the University of Maine System. It has many features for organization and customization.
Google Sites allows you to create and edit web pages even if you are not familiar with HTML. Build sites from scratch or templates and upload content easily with this free service!
Qualtrics is Web-based survey software available for use by all UMaine Faculty, Students and Staff to support teaching and research at UMaine. Surveys can be created and distributed by anyone with a UMaine PeopleSoft account.
The University of Maine has institutional licenses for various programs that are available for download by faculty and students.
Questions regarding software and licensing should be directed to UMS IT.
Adobe Creative Cloud
It is installed on many computers around campus including (but not limited to):
Wolfram Mathematica a symbolic mathematical computation program or CAS program developed by Wolfram and used in many scientific, engineering, mathematical, and computing fields.
Install MathWorks MatLab on your computer! The download is available to Faculty, Staff, and Students.
Download Microsoft Office for your personal, or university-owned computer.
Solid Edge is a 3D CAD and solid modeling software.
IBM SPSS and Statistics SPSS is now available to Faculty and Staff to install on University or Department owned computers.
Zoom is a web conferencing platform for web meetings, eLearning, and webinars.