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Microsoft Imagine Academy is a free technology skills training benefit through Microsoft. Available to staff, students and faculty, online courses fall into several learning paths including computer science, IT infrastructure/cloud, data science and productivity. IT certification courses are also available.

Submit for installation of department-purchased Microsoft Project or Visio software as well as Microsoft Visual Studio.

Microsoft Teams is the hub for team collaboration in Microsoft 365 that integrates the people, content and tools your team needs to be more engaged and effective.

Create surveys, quizzes and polls using the Microsoft Forms app available through your ECU Microsoft 365 subscription.

Microsoft Intune helps users balance data access with data security on a mobile device.

Request Microsoft Office for a NON-EMPLOYEE user working on campus using an ECU-managed computer.

Build highly-tailored, low-code apps to modernize and automate your processes using pre-built templates, drag-and-drop simplicity and quick deployment. Submit this request for help using Power Apps.

Power Automate is a powerful, built-in workflow engine. Quickly automate your workflows, enable business logic to simplify app building, and model your processes across connected data sources and services.

All enrolled students are eligible for a FREE Windows 10 operating system download.

ECU Collaborate, or SharePoint, is a secure, web-based service available to faculty, staff and student organizations to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. Both ECU and non-ECU users can be granted access to a SharePoint site. Submit the form to request support for your SharePoint site.

Microsoft OneDrive is ECU's only approved cloud storage solution for students, faculty and staff.

ECU email is available through the Microsoft 365 subscription and includes email, calendar, contacts and more. See this service's related articles to learn more details. Submit this form to request assistance or a department email account.

ECU is committed to providing accessible technology and educational resources. Request an IT Accessibility Consultation to learn how to develop accessible content, including: instructional materials, Microsoft Office files, web pages, and announcements.

For one-time incentive payment of $25 or less to an individual in a calendar year, or participant payments for which the research protocol costs, or technical issues preclude the use of Greenphire debit cards, you must enter your information into this Greenphire Exceptions Request site.

NOTE: If gift cards are your payment solution, before you purchase any cards, you must first obtain an approved Authorization for the Purchase of Gift Cards/Gift Certifications, Incentives, or Prizes form. This form and instructions can be found in the Guide to Materials Management on Materials Management's webpage.

Departments may request non-Banner Canvas course sites for use in a variety of academic contexts. Requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis, to determine if Canvas is an appropriate fit. If course participants are not ECU students, additional costs may be associated with the course.