Middlebury College has a wide array of technology options available for students. We asked students what were the top things all Middlebury students should know about these options. Below is that list.
The walk-in Helpdesk is located on the main floor of the Davis Family Library, in room 202. You can also submit a ticket, call 802.443.2200, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request help. Click the link above to explore documentation, Frequently Asked Questions, featured information and lots more.
Start your protection by installing anti-virus software; many are available free of charge. Next, review details at go/phish so you will recognize malicious attempts to collect your personal information.
Take advantage of video-based online instruction through our lynda.com resource, available 24/7.
First year students should be sure to check out Web registration help.
Start off on the right foot; learn where to store your files safely.
Use your Middlebury username and password to connect to the MiddleburyCollege wireless network.
Learn how to access library databases, file storage, virtual labs, and more when you are not connected to the Middlebury network.
You will be required to change your network password regularly. Be sure to have your ID and 6-digit BannerWeb PIN available, then click the link above to access the instructions for changing your network password. Refer to our guidelines to learn how to set a strong password.
There is a wide variety of mobile devices. Click the link above to find the instructions for your device.
The Course Hub is Middlebury College's gateway to course content for students and faculty. It gathers all of your course information in one place. Use go/hub to get there with ease.
Learn how to use (and create!) shortcuts that quickly take you to Midd websites.