Academic Software

Information Technology has a limited number of software programs that are covered by a school site license.  Contact the IT Service Desk for information about the current mix of recommended site licensed and freely available software recommended for faculty and student use by Information Technology. Information Technology also facilitates purchases of discounted software through group purchasing organizations

IT works with individual departments and faculty to install software in our classrooms and computer labs by request. The financial responsibility for purchasing and upgrading this software is the responsibility of the academic departments and/or faculty making the request.

Email itservice@lclark.edu to enter a Service Request for assistance with installed software or facilitating the purchase/installation of discounted software.

IT Supported Academic Software

Gradebook Software

Moodle and Google Classroom include gradebook features, but neither connect to Webadvisor. We also have a site license for the desktop version of Gradekeeper. Contact the IT Service Desk (503-768-7225) for instructions on how to install Gradekeeper. Each school’s registrar provides detailed instructions for how faculty submit official grades in Webadvisor. 

Bibliographic Software

Information Technology and the Watzek Library support Zotero. EndNote can be purchased individually by departments or individual faculty and is required by some Graduate School of Education & Counseling programs. Educational Technologists are available to work with you and your students with EndNote or Zotero. Support converting RefWorks libraries to Zotero or EndNote is available. 

Statistical Software

SPSS is site-licensed for academic use at the College of Arts & Sciences and Graduate School of Education and Counseling. SPSS is installed in classrooms and labs. Information and instructions are available (LC Login required) for CAS and GSEC faculty and students.

Contact the IT Service Desk (503-768-7225) if you are interested in installing SPSS for use in classroom teaching and non-commercial academic research.  Other programs such as R, NVivo, or Stata may be installed in public labs or classrooms. Licenses are purchased by individual academic departments and support beyond basic installation and troubleshooting is the responsibility of individual faculty members. Student tutoring and assistance may be available through the SQRC, SAAB and/or Library Data Services.

GIS Software

Lewis & Clark has a campus-wide site license agreement for ESRI ArcGIS. ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Pro is installed in our Mobile Teaching lab. Individuals can request an ArcGIS Online account by contacting the IT Service Desk which supports installing ArcGIS Pro on supported devices. Contact the IT Service Desk (503-768-7225) for assistance or to request ArcGIS Desktop or Pro be installed on lab or classroom computers.

Classroom Response/In-Class Polling

Lewis & Clark has a campus-wide site license agreement for PearDeck Pro. PearDeck is an interactive presentation tool which allows presenters to engage their audience with web-based polling. Interactive activities include text entry, multiple choice questions, drawing, drag-a-dot, and drag-a-line. Following the presentation, presenters have the option review participant responses, save the data for later, and even export it to a data sheet.  

Video Conferencing

Zoom Pro video conferencing accounts are available by request. IT supports both Zoom and Google Meet. Zoom is the supported video conference platform used for online and remote teaching at the Law School and Graduate School of Education and Counseling. Most faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences use Zoom for live remote teaching as well. Contact the IT Service Desk to request an account. 

Video Content Management/Lecture Capture/Video Hosting

Primary used on the Law and Graduate School of Education & Counseling campuses, Panopto is our platform for easily recording and sharing lectures and other video content. It’s a centralized, secure place for recorded lectures, flipped classroom videos, campus events, and more. Contact the IT Service Desk to request an account.

Labs and Classrooms

Below is a list of software available on lab and/or classroom computers managed by Information Technology. This list may not include additional academic software added by request. If you have questions about software installed in departmental labs or a specific classroom, please contact us at itservice@lclark.edu (503-768-7225).

Standard Software 

PC
Mac

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Powerpoint

Microsoft Powerpoint

Google Chrome

Google Chrome

Internet Explorer

Safari

Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox

Dropbox

iDVD

Google Drive

VLC

Zoom

Zoom

DVD Maker

 
VLC  

 

Specialty Software 

PC
Mac

ArcGIS

Stata

SPSS

SPSS

Stata

Zotero

Google Earth

QGIS
Zotero