The Old Dominion University email system is the official electronic mail system for receiving course-related communications, policies, announcements and other information.
Students have access to file space on the University's H: drive or through online services like Box or Google Drive.
Microsoft Office 365 is available at no cost to all members of the ODU community in order to improve communication and collaboration across campus. Download the latest version of Office, or collaborate with others using OneDrive or OneNote.
Information and resources for Canvas and other instructional technology.
Getting your computer up and running in your dorm is easy with the help of ODU's ResNet team.
G Suite for education (formerly Google Apps) is a suite of online software applications that offers integrated communication and collaboration tools.
Recommended and minimum notebook specifications for computing at ODU.
Information for access to ODU's computing applications and resources.
Securing your computer and practicing safe browsing habits is critical to protecting yourself in today's technological world.
State-of-the-art computing labs and technology classrooms offer the university community a wealth of resources for teaching and learning.
All the tools you'll need to keep learning while away from campus.