Campus Software

Microsoft Office

Students and employees at the University of North Alabama may download and install Microsoft Office on their personal devices. For more information and complete installation instructions, click here.

There are a variety of resources available for improving your Microsoft Office knowledge and skills, including:

Microsoft Office - Teams

In addition to the standard platform of Office products, UNA has campus-wide access to Microsoft teams (an evolution and upgrade from Microsoft Skype fr Business). Microsoft Teams is a business-oriented communication and collaboration platform that combines workplace chat, video meetings, file storage, and application integration:

Microsoft Visual Studio 2019

Visual Studio enables you to write code accurately and efficiently without losing the current file context. You can easily zoom into details such as call structure, related functions, check-ins, and test status. You can also leverage our functionality to refactor, identify, and fix code issues.

Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 is installed in the following labs:

  • Collier Library main floor
  • Keller Hall, Room 233 - Computer Science and Information Systems
  • Keller Hall, Room 334 - Computer Science and Information Systems
  • Raburn Wing, Room 206 - Computer Science and Information Systems
  • Raburn Wing, Room 210 - Computer Science and Information Systems
  • Raburn Wing, Room 211 - Computer Science and Information Systems

Check out the following sources to get started with Visual Studio:

Adobe Acrobat DC

All UNA-owned computers are eligible to have Acrobat DC installed. Acrobat DC allows users to create, edit, and sign PDF documents and forms. Adobe offers a variety of training resources, including:

The Adobe Education Exchange includes instructional resources, professional development, and peer-to-peer collaboration opportunities for educators. Sign in with an existing Adobe ID (or create a new one) to access sample lesson plans, discussion boards, and tutorials on a variety of Adobe products. For more information about the exchange itself, take a look at the Adobe Education Exchange tutorials.

Adobe Creative Cloud

UNA's license agreement with Adobe allows ITS to install the Creative Cloud suite of apps in the following campus labs:

  • Art Building, Room 302 - Art, MacOS
  • 601 Cramer Way, Room 207 - English
  • Collier Library main floor
  • Communications Building, Room 116 - Publication Lab, MacOS
  • Communications Building, Room 118 - Production Lab
  • 122 Tombigbee - Entertainment Industry, MacOS
  • S. Seminary Street - Connie D. McKinney Department of Human Sciences, Hospitality, and Design
  • Wesleyan Hall, Room 103 - Geography
  • Wesleyan Hall, Room 106 - Geography (registered Geography students only)

Adobe Creative Cloud software can also be accessed through any Vitrual machine on campus. 

SPSS

SPSS is available in every lab on campus, and all teaching faculty at UNA have access to SPSS for instructional purposes. The following are some links for help getting started with SPSS.