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Incorporate Rutgers tech services as a part of your summer travels

Are you traveling this summer? Or do you find yourself having to do work on the go? Learn more about some key Rutgers tech services and tools that you can take with you.

Add Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more to your computer, tablet, or phone.
If you need to write a paper for a summer class or want to add some notes to your PowerPoint presentation while you’re on vacation, Microsoft Office is available for free on multiple devices. Faculty, staff, and students can install Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Publisher (PC only), and Access (PC only) on up to five computers, five tablets, and five phones, including personal equipment.

Access various software programs through the Rutgers virtual computer labs anywhere, anytime.
Does your class require you to use a certain software program like Adobe Photoshop or Premiere? Or maybe you need to do some research outside of the classroom? Rutgers virtual computer labs lets you access software programs that you use at the computer labs remotely whenever you need to.

Take your learning on the go.
Whether you’re relaxing outside or need something to do during an upcoming plane ride, try using your device to engage your brain in a different way. LinkedIn Learning offers thousands of courses for in-demand skills and is free for the Rutgers community. Don’t have Wi-Fi? No problem. You can download courses ahead of time for offline access.

Stay connected with Zoom, Webex, or Microsoft Teams.
Rutgers offers several services for video conferencing, online meetings, chatting, and more. Zoom, Webex, and Microsoft Teams all have a variety of features that are perfect for communication and collaboration wherever you are.

This story was originally published on June 28, 2023.

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