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BiONiC / PeopleSoft Campus Solutions application sign on and support information
Many of the College's online services require clients to provide a second factor of authentication (in addition to username and password) at login. A Security Token generates a one-time password that can be used as this second factor. Request one here.
Propose a library or information technology project.
We can help you incorporate technology into digital course assignments and identify technologies to address pedagogical and curricular challenges and goals.
PeopleSoft Human Capital Management sign on and support information
Moodle is the College's learning management system (LMS). It can be used to quiz, survey, share materials with, and communicate with a closed-membership group, such as a class. Moodle sites are automatically created for academic courses and created on request for academic and co-curricular programs and committees.
Reset and manage your College password online or by contacting the Help Desk.
Request a non-academic course site in Moodle for a club, committee, or organization.
Copying content from older Moodle course sites into a newer ones enables you to reuse course Activities, Resources, and Question Banks.
Alumnae/i of Bryn Mawr College's undergraduate and graduate programs who are in good standing with the library may request borrowing privileges at no cost. Professors may request proxy and projectionist cards when needed.
LITS lends digital cameras, optical drives, camcorders, webcams, portable dvd players, and more to Bryn Mawr faculty, staff, and students.
Domain of One's Own provides Bryn Mawr College students, faculty, and staff with an Internet domain where they can build their own websites using tools like WordPress, Omeka, Scalar or MediaWiki.
Digital reproductions of materials in the collection are offered for research, publication, and, where possible, commercial use.
If your College-owned computer is due for replacement, request a new computer here.
Request a new Microsoft Team.
Undergraduate and graduate students in the Classics department should use this form to submit their theses to be archived in the TriCollege institutional repository.
The libraries keep course materials behind the circulation desk for short-term access. Faculty may request in-library reserves at one of Bryn Mawr's three libraries.
Bryn Mawr faculty, students and staff have access to a number of classroom response/polling systems (aka "clicker" systems) that allow speakers to get real-time anonymous or identified feedback from an audience in real time.
Request an archival reproduction of an item from the Bryn Mawr College collection.
LITS offers a range of options for recording lectures, talks, and instructional video, including the Panopto lecture capture system for recording in classrooms, a recording equipment loan pool and editing software.
Bryn Mawr faculty, staff and students may access their College email from a computer or mobile device using a web browser or the device's native email application.
A limited number of carrels are available in Canaday for student use.
Community members may add lab printers to a personal computer.