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Software

Students have access to an array of other software at great discounts, including Adobe Creative Suite, and many other products.

Just go to http://www.journeyed.com/select/ and select College, then Pennsylvania, then Cabrini.

Faculty and staff can purchase a personal single use 12 month license for Adobe's Creative Cloud software through onthehub.com.

The Adobe Creative Cloud Suite includes Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator and more. Before purchasing you will need to register for an OntheHub account and validate your Cabrini email address. Please note that an employee must uninstall the software once they are no longer affiliated with the college.

Other Software

For other software, such as Corel and Microsoft products, faculty and staff may purchase perpetual licenses at substantial discounts by visiting http://www.journeyed.com/select/ and choosing College, then Pennsylvania, then Cabrini.

Click on the Educator link in the upper right-hand corner (or the Educator/Staff Shop link in the upper left-hand corner), and shop away. Note that faculty and staff must fax or email their ID before the order is released by JourneyEd; there is no online verification.

Software Requests

Faculty and staff may submit suggestions for new software for installation in computer labs and classrooms. Please enter your submissions, including licensing and installation documentation, by the deadlines below to ITR for testing and approval.

Requested software must be compatible with a Windows 7 32-bit operating system, as well as the current hardware configurations of classroom and lab equipment.

Occasionally software requests will require that a Project Request Form be filled out. These forms assist with defining project requirements and expectations as part of the project planning process.

A Project Request Form is generally required for projects needing additional cooperation and resources beyond the normal scope of installing a program, for instance:

  • Network licenses
  • Server components
  • Additional Hardware

Faculty and staff may submit suggestions for new software for installation in computer labs and classrooms. Please enter your submissions, including licensing and installation documentation, by the deadlines below to ITR for testing and approval.

  • For Fall Semester Use: June 1
  • For Spring Semester Use: October 1
  • For Summer Session Use: Feburary 1

Software Requests for Cabrini-Assigned Computers

To request additional software for your Cabrini computer, please submit a ticket by sending an email to itrhelp@cabrini.edu.

Make sure to include the name of the software, its function, and why you would like it to be installed.

All new software purchases must be approved by ITR. ITR will confirm that the software is compatible with our computers and systems and that the software is appropriate to be installed.

Before purchasing software for your Cabrini computer, please submit a ticket by sending an email to itrhelp@cabrini.edu.

Make sure to include the name of the software, its function, and why you would like to purchase it.

Project Request Forms

Occasionally software requests will require that a Project Request Form be filled out. These forms assist with defining project requirements and expectations as part of the project planning process. A Project Request Form is generally required for projects needing additional cooperation and resources beyond the normal scope of installing a program.

Software Procurement and Support Policy

Computer applications for instructional use are to be selected, deployed, and used in a manner that adheres to Cabrini’s security and acceptable use policies, while supporting student learning and research.

Cabrini faculty, staff, and ITR share responsibility for procurement, deployment and support for mutually agreed upon applications.

Cabrini ITR works to ensure pre-deployment discussions in which all parties agree that the applications supports academic goals and objectives, while ensuring hardware and software compatibility, functionality, accessibility, security, and value.

Faculty and Staff must contact ITR prior to purchasing any software that is to be installed on Cabrini owned equipment. New software and hardware installations must be reviewed and approved by the Director of Information Resources and Technology.

Occasionally software requests will require that a Project Request Form be filled out. These forms assist with defining project requirements and expectations as part of the project planning process.

A Project Request Form is generally required for projects needing additional cooperation and resources beyond the normal scope of installing a program.

Administrative Rights Policy

Limiting rights on computer systems is a proven method for securing networks and mitigating risk.

In some instances, elevated rights are necessary and this policy will address the methods of securing those rights.

This policy applies to all employees of Cabrini and information technology machines owned by Cabrini.

Administrative rights on a local machine shall be granted through process described below. Need for updates or software installations are not criteria, those will be handled by the ITR department.

Criteria (all must be fulfilled)

  • One of these:
    • The user must utilize a work-related application that requires administrative privileges to operate.
    • The user often works off-campus with a laptop computer.
  • The department chair or Dean must submit approval; described below.
  • The Director of ITR approves the action in consultation with the applicable Dean.
  • Individual must sign the Administrative Rights Option and Responsibility Agreement.

Administrative rights on a local machine are subject to removal without notice.

To request local administrative rights:

  • The department chair or a dean must submit a Service Desk support request with the following information:
    • Enter “Administrative Rights Request” as subject.
    • List the name and username of the user that is requesting administrative rights.
    • List the start and end date for requested access.
    • List the reason(s) why the user needs administrative rights (include as much detail as possible such as the software or actions the user is trying to perform).
  • The approval will be decided within one week of application.
  • The user must fill out and sign the Administrative Rights Form.

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