Computing @ WFU
– what you need to know, in one place
software @ WFU is your one-stop shop for downloading all of your academic software. Just like textbooks, software requirements for every class will be available after class registration.
It is your responsibility to do your due diligence and be aware of the University’s position on the use of technology on our campus. These policies, standards and agreements can be found here.
Penalties for copyright infringement include civil and criminal penalties. Read more here.
LinkedIn Learning for everyone
All WFU students, faculty, and staff have access to LinkedIn Learning, an online learning platform that combines the training opportunities of Lynda.com with all the benefits of LinkedIn.
G Suite for Education
Your WFU Google Account gives you complete access to Google’s G-Suite for Education tools.
Learn more about teaching, learning, and working remotely
Information Systems has compiled a list of resources to enable faculty and staff to teach and work remotely. Students should consult keeplearning.wfu.edu for additional resources and information.
Consider some of these best practices while sheltering in place, back-up your data, protect your technology, and reach out for assistance.
We encourage you to check out LinkedIn Learning for training resources on any of our services, including Webex, Zoom, Google Meet, and more. Additionally, new classes have been scheduled and will continue to be added to assist with learning more about teaching and meeting remotely. Visit the PDC site to enroll.