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University of Alaska of Alaska (UAA) has a limited number of computing devices for loan for the purpose of providing or completing University Courses. These device are loaned based on the need for the device in the order of the requests received.

Active Directory (AD) is the system that manages your domain account at the university, and is used to login to university computers, wireless networks, Office 365, and other systems/services.

The ADA Accessibility Team is dedicated to providing accessibility support and accommodations for applicants, employees, and visitors inside and outside of the workplace.

The Adobe Creative Cloud suite of software, and web-based applications is available through a centrally managed University of Alaska system license agreement. Departments can purchase licenses from this agreement for use by Staff, Faculty, and Students, whether for administrative duties, or academic work.

Assistive technology helps individuals with disabilities perform tasks which might otherwise pose challenges or not be possible. This could include accessible text-to-speech support for reading materials, speech-to-text for writing support, digital recorders, audio listening devices, and more.

Audio and video equipment available in university rooms such as, data projectors; DVD/Blu-ray players; document projectors; Cameras; microphones and more.

The audio conferencing service is provided through Two Rivers Conferencing for the University of Alaska system.

The Benefits Team oversees the administration of university employee benefits and retirement programs. This includes education about benefit options and enrollment, assisting employees with retirement preparation, and providing resources to support the well-being of UA employees.

Assistance with completing and processing department budget revisions.

Assistance, and requests related to university calendaring services for students, staff, faculty, and departmental use.

Assistance, and requests related to university chat services for students, staff, faculty, and departmental use.

Compensation and Classification is responsible for developing compensation programs, policies, and approaches that meet the unique needs of our academic and business units. This includes the creation and maintenance of the classification systems, compensation structures and the policies and procedures associated with career development and pay practices.

University computer labs provide customers with an extensive software library installed on both Windows and Mac workstations, printing options, and technical support.

Cloud Contact Center and Customer Service software.