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University Academic Computing Technologies

Mission

To support, promote and facilitate the effective usage of computing and educational technologies on campus in order to serve our students, faculty and staff members, and to support the mission and goals of the University

Blackboard Hotline  012.2900.5544

Emergency  012.2911.3000

UACT Support Contacts

Technical support:support@aucegypt.edu
Blackboard support:blackboard@aucegypt.edu
Moodle support:moodle@aucegypt.edu
Student evaluation support:evaluation@aucegypt.edu

 

Learn It Yourself: Lynda@AUC

Lynda.com is an online software training library in video format available 24/7 at your own convenience, on or off campus for free.

It contains a wide variety of software programs from top vendors such as Microsoft, Apple and Adobe, free of charge. Topics include 3D animation, graphics, photography, design and multimedia. Programming languages such as Javascript, action script, JQuery and C++ are also available. Certificates are awarded to participants, upon completion of the course. 

Students, faculty and staff members can access lynda at no charge using this link. Authentication is required using AUC email credentials.

For more information on how to install lynda app on your iPhone or iPad, click here.

For question and inquiries, email us at lynda@aucegypt.edu.

Microsoft DreamSpark

DreamSpark is a Microsoft program that supports technical education by providing a Microsoft software library for learning, teaching and research purposes. Faculty, educators, staff, and students are eligible to download professional Microsoft developer tools and designer kits at NO COST. Learn more

Second Life World

Second Life is a 3D virtual world developed by Linden Lab. It provides an environment where users, or residents are able to create their own characters or avatars and interact with people from around the world. It facilities student collaboration and engages them in active and experiential learning. Learn more

Students in the lab