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Mathematica is provided to students through the [https://hera.cc.oberlin.edu/cit/downloads/ CIT Software Downloads page]. Faculty should contact the CIT Help Desk for assistance getting the proper software installed.
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Oberlin College has a site license for Mathematica.  With this site license, Mathematica is accessible via the campus network on all our lab computers, both Mac and Windows.  In addition, faculty may acquire Mathematica for use on office and home computers, and students may acquire it for their use on their personal computers, as well.
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Faculty who need Mathematica installed on office computers may obtain the software from the CIT Help Desk, the Math Department, or the Physics Department.  Students may download the software directly from the [https://hera.cc.oberlin.edu/cit/downloads/ CIT Software Downloads page], or receive it from one of the above listed locations.
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Students who download a license from our website must also email client.services@oberlin.edu including their name and email address to receive an activation code.
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Since Mathematica is site-licensed for Oberlin College, users who have departed the College will find their Mathematica licenses will no longer be valid.

Revision as of 11:38, 24 May 2016

Oberlin College has a site license for Mathematica. With this site license, Mathematica is accessible via the campus network on all our lab computers, both Mac and Windows. In addition, faculty may acquire Mathematica for use on office and home computers, and students may acquire it for their use on their personal computers, as well.

Faculty who need Mathematica installed on office computers may obtain the software from the CIT Help Desk, the Math Department, or the Physics Department. Students may download the software directly from the CIT Software Downloads page, or receive it from one of the above listed locations.

Students who download a license from our website must also email client.services@oberlin.edu including their name and email address to receive an activation code.

Since Mathematica is site-licensed for Oberlin College, users who have departed the College will find their Mathematica licenses will no longer be valid.