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With IUanyWare, you can use a web browser to run certain IU-licensed software applications without having to install them on your computer or mobile device.
IUware is a software distribution service for Indiana University students, faculty, and staff. IUware offers a wide variety of software packages at no charge, including site-licensed products from Adobe, Microsoft, Thomson Reuters, and others.
Lynda.com provides online video-based training on a wide range of IT topics. The service offers video-based eLearning courses on more than 1,700 topics, with a primary focus on Adobe, Office, and open source applications and technologies, as well as multimedia and web development, and programming.
Oncourse Collaboration and Learning (Oncourse) provides Indiana University students, faculty, and staff with a widely used environment in which to collaborate and learn. In partnership with other academic institutions as part of Sakai, IU developed Oncourse to allow for innovative ways of accessing and sharing materials and information.