Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google.
Google Classroom is a learning platform that works with Google Docs, Gmail and Google Calendar to create classes, distribute assignments, and send feedback to students added to a Google Classroom. Google Classroom is not a replacement for AsULearn and lacks many of AsULearn's advanced features and there are currently no plans to programmatically integrate Classroom with institutional data such...
All Faculty, Staff and Students have access to Google Drive. Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. Google Drive allows users to store files in the cloud, sychronize files across devices and share files.
Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographical information program that uses satellite imagery, aerial photography and GIS 3D globe to superimpose images to map the Earth.
Google Groups is a feature of Google Apps that makes it easy to communicate and collaborate with groups of people—such as project teams, departments, office locations, and special-interest groups. A group is like a mailing list: It contains the email addresses of its members, but also has its own address. Using just the one email address for the group, you can: send email to group members...
GSuite is a collection of productivity and collaboration tools developed by Google, including Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Drive.
More information about these services can be found at gsuite.appstate.edu
Guidebook provides a platform for publishing mobile applications in the App Store and Google Play Store. Applachian uses Guidebook to publish mobile apps for Career Development, the Office of Sustainability, Admissions, Walker College of Business, College of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School, Orientation, Arts and Cultural Affairs, University Communications, and Parent Orientation.
Handshake (formerly Career Gear) is career management software that allows students to apply for on-campus interviews and allows employers to view student resumes. Also provides web-based student resume help and national job postings.
Hawkes Learning Systems specializes in mathematics software and textbooks and provides a comprehensive "system" for teaching and learning mathematics.
The ASU Health Promotion System is used by the Health Promotion department to administer its services to Faculty and Staff. Functions include the recording and tracking of medical services rendered, screening test history, groups, and events. The system is designed to have the look and feel of Banner, resides within the Banner framework, and consists of Oracle Forms and SQR reports.
The Call-In Technical Support Center (828-262-6266) is tier one support for technology-related issues. The HelpDesk offers technical information and resources, provides technical solutions, and can refer more complex situations to support personnel who specialize in that particular area. Information is logged into a support management and tracking system to facilitate problem tracking and...
A full-featured web-application which allows students to apply for and manage their residence hall assignments. Administrative features allow staff to view student information, manage housing applications for upcoming terms, track room assignments, manage Residential Learning Communities, and more.
Human Resources employee relations and investigation case management software.
The Human Resources Data Mart is a combination of Banner data, FOCUS programs, and Oracle Tables and views to provide a General Administration-required view of ASU Human Resources related data. The HR Data Mart creates a clearinghouse of HR information that will eliminate duplicate entry into the PMIS system, as well as provide constant, timely and accurate feedback to campuses and GA.
Oracle's Hyperion Interactive Reporting connects university administrators to Banner data and gives them a complete set of tools to support administrative decisions by allowing ad hoc client/server querying, reporting, and analysis all in one application. Hyperion provides these capabilities:
Data extractionData analysisReporting and distribution
Appalachian State University adopted iClicker as the preferred classroom student response system (SRS) on our campus beginning in Spring 2011. Originally, multi-faculty workshops were scheduled to familiarize faculty with the setup and deployment for classes of the new system, but current training is handled by Learning Technology Services (LTS) consultants via a scheduled classroom visit with...
The Goldbook is an online community for Appalachian alumni to find and connect with fellow Appalachian alumni, update their contact information, post class notes and manage their communications from Appalachian. The Alumni Affairs office uses the Goldbook (Encompass) to send e-mail communications to alumni, parents and friends and to manage online giving pages for donations to the ASU Foundation...
InfoReady Review is a web application for managing internal Appalachian compeitions and awards. InfoReady Review can support a variety of academic competitions including: limited submissions, internal funding competitions, student and faculty awards, scholarships, and grant funding.
IntelleCheck® is a software package from Evisions® that Accounts Payable, the Foundation office, and Payroll use as part of their payment processes. It is installed locally on an ASU VM, has a web-based interface, and works with Banner.
Internet Explorer is a graphical web browser included as part of the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems.