Store, access, and share content securely at Tufts and beyond. (Similar to: Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive)
Search online bibliographic databases, organize references, and create bibliographies for scholarly and research paper writing.
Communicate online via instant messaging and group chat. (Similar to Google Chat, Facebook Messenger, MS Teams, Slack)
Low-cost, on-demand printing at over 40 locations across the Tufts campuses.
A suite of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and email software that is available for free to Tufts students, faculty, and staff.
Project management and collaboration tool that integrates with other Microsoft products.
Communicate and collaborate online via instant messaging, voice, and discussion channels.
Simultaneously run multiple operating systems on a Windows or Linux computer.
Tufts students, faculty, and staff can access most university software remotely for teaching, learning, research, and general-purpose needs. This…
Find, reserve, or manage spaces on the Medford and Boston campuses.
Terminal emulation for Windows & Mac computers that provides secure, encrypted login and data transfer.
Emergency alert system providing critical safety information to the Tufts community.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds a second level of verification when you log into designated Tufts websites and online services. This added…
Create a secure and private connection to the Tufts network from off-campus locations using the Cisco AnyConnect application.
Host and attend audio and video conferences, presentations, and meetings. (Similar to Zoom (Tufts recommended platform), Skype, Google Hangouts)…
Provides Internet access to Tufts students, faculty, and staff at participating institutions worldwide.
Create private collaborative websites that can be edited and maintained online by multiple users (Similar to: Wikipedia). Wikis can be made…
Tufts recommended and supported tool to host and attend audio and video conferences, presentations, and meetings. (Similar to Webex, Skype, Google…