The following software and resources are available to Carthage faculty and staff. Please consult the list and links below for access instructions. If you are having trouble accessing a particular resource, please email

Ad Astra is cloud-based software that Carthage uses for campus room and vehicle reservations. It is used to schedule campus events as well as classes.

Log in to Ad Astra with your Carthage credentials

Adobe Acrobat Pro is available for Carthage faculty and staff as an individual license. It is used to create and edit PDFs. If you need Adobe Acrobat Pro please email

Adobe Creative Cloud is offered to Carthage faculty and staff via individual license. Creative Cloud includes Adobe Acrobat Pro, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. To request this package on your Carthage-owned machine, please email

ArcGIS is geographical information systems mapping and visualization software. It is available on select computers around campus.

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Birdie Bucks is a service where students may put money onto their Carthage ID cards and use it to purchase food on campus. Birdie Bucks and the GET app is managed by Carthage College Dining Services. If you have questions or do not have access to this app, please email

ChemDraw is chemistry visualization software available at Carthage through a site license. 

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CopyLeakes is plagiarism checker software. If you have need to use CopyLeaks or have questions, please email

EndNote Citation Manager is a web browser extension that allows users to organize citations and create bibliographies.

Consult this how-to for installing the resource

Birdie Bucks is a service where students may put money onto their Carthage ID cards and use it to purchase food on campus. Birdie Bucks and the GET app is managed by Carthage College Dining Services. If you have questions or do not have access to this app, please email

Google Meet is a videoconferencing service available through the Carthage Google Apps suite. Users may record meetings of up to 100 participants. Closed captioning is available and integrates seamlessly into Google Calendar.

Consult this how-to for access and use of Google Meet

Grammarly is a software program designed to support student, staff, and faculty proofreading and grammar learning in the context of their own writing. Grammarly can also check for plagiarism and offer word choice suggestions. All current Carthage, faculty, staff, and students have access to the full Grammarly software via OneLogin. Users will see a Grammarly icon once logged in to OneLogin. 

Please see this FAQ for more information about using Grammarly.

Handshake is a free job search website that links Carthage students and alumni to job opportunities, internships, mentors, and more. Handshake is managed by the Aspire Center. Students access Handshake via the OneLogin portal.

Carthage faculty and staff can access Handshake via this website: 


Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video service that offers award-winning collections including titles from PBS, BBC, Criterion Collection, Media Education Foundation, and more.

You will need to access Kanopy through the library’s website to utilize our subscription. Visit Kanopy, scroll down to Kanopy, and click on the link. That will take you to the library’s Kanopy subscription. If you are on-campus you will be able to watch any of the movies now without having to log in. You may create an account if you’d like to create playlists.

If you are off-campus, when you click on Kanopy from the link above, you will be prompted to log in with your Carthage username and password just to verify that you are a member of the Carthage community. Then you will be forwarded to the library’s Kanopy subscription.

Click here for the full list of research databases the Carthage Library subscribes to (A-Z Databases), including CINAHL, JSTOR, LexisNexis Academic, PubMed, Taylor & Francis Science and Technology Library, etc.

LinkedIn Learning is an online learning company that helps users learn business, software, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals, taught by industry experts. Visit the LinkedIn Learning site. Click “Sign in” at the upper right. Enter your Carthage email address. Click “Sign in with Single Sign-On.” You will be directed to a log-in screen. Type your Carthage email address and password in the box and click “Sign In.” See our how-to document for further instructions.

Only current Carthage students, faculty, and staff are able to access LinkedIn Learning with their Carthage credentials. Many public libraries offer the service, so alumni may access it through their local library.

Malwarebytes is the anti-malware software that the Library Information Desk puts on student computers when they ask for antivirus protection. You may download a copy of the software yourself from the Malwarebytes website. Click the button for the “Free Download.” Visit the Library Information Desk at the Hedberg Library if you have questions

Mathematica is computational software used in scientific, engineering, mathematics, and computing fields based on symbolic mathematics. See installation instructions

Maxient is an incident report management system utilized by Residence Life and Public Safety. The software is managed by the Dean of Students Office. If you have questions about Maxient, please contact that office at 262-551-5800.

Faculty and staff are not automatically provided a license since MS Office is installed on your Carthage-issued computer. If you need Office 365, please email; then follow the steps below.

  • Log in to the OneLogin portal with your Carthage username and password.
  • Click on the Office 365 icon (it may be under the “Carthage: Everything” tab.
  • Once inside the Office 365 portal, you may click the “Install Office” button in the top, right. Choose “Install Office 365 apps.”
  • Follow the instructions to finish your download and installation. You may install the current version of Office on up to five devices.
  • Once the installation is complete, you may need to log in to the software the first time you open it.
Please note:
  • If you already have a version of Office on your device, you may need to uninstall that version before installing this one.
  • Carthage provides MS Office so users can access Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Other apps may not be available and are not supported. Please do NOT use MS OneDrive to store your work; it is not supported, and content may be lost as we delete and recreate users annually. MS Outlook is also not supported.


Microsoft Teams comes with the Office 365 license through Carthage. However, if an outside entity is asking you to participate in a meeting through Teams, you do NOT have to have an Office 365 account. You may join and participate in that meeting through the provided link.



Navigate is the Student Alert System, used for students to schedule appointments with their Student Success Advisors, Career Specialist, Student Financial Services, and the Registrar’s Office. Navigate allows student success staff to track and evaluate intervention strategies and success metrics of the student population. You may access Navigate via the OneLogin portal.

Find out more and access Navigate with their Carthage credentials

You may create your own free The New York Times online account here and receive access to up to 10 articles per month free or email for the log-in information to receive unlimited full access to the newspaper online. Also, see the newspaper in print in the library and our microfilm collection of back issues.

The New Yorker is an American magazine of reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry. Access the electronic version of The New Yorker magazine. Please email for the login credentials.

SciFinder is a research discovery application that provides integrated access to the world’s most comprehensive and authoritative source of references, substances, and reactions in chemistry and related sciences. To access SciFinder, you must create an account while on campus. Visit the registration page to create your own login. SciFinder will then send you an email with a link that you must click on in order to complete your registration. Once your registration is complete, click on the SciFinder link here to access the site.

ScreenPal is a program that allows users to record, edit, and share video with others. To utilize the software, go to OneLogin. Under “Carthage: All Apps” click on the icon for ScreenPal. Click “Log in” in the upper right. Log in via your Carthage Gmail account. Mac users must go into Preferences and Security > Privacy > allow ScreenPal to record the screen.

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SimUText is educational software that enables users to create interactive simulated experiments to teach biology. This program is available on all the desktop computers in Hedberg Library.

SPSS is advanced statistical analysis software. It is available on select computers around campus. The software can also be downloaded here after entering your Carthage credentials. Please consult the instructions below. You will need a license key. Email from your Carthage email address to request it. (We will not provide the license key to those outside the Carthage community or those requesting from a-non Carthage email address).

Download SPSS

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The Carthage Library has a subscription to The Wall Street Journal online. You will access it via OneLogin.


  • Once you’ve logged in to OneLogin, click “Carthage: Everything.”
  • Click The Wall Street Journal icon. If you don’t see it, put “w” in the search box.
  • If you are asked to log in, please click “Sign in with Google” and choose your Carthage account.


  • Once you’ve logged in to OneLogin, click “Carthage: Everything.”
  • Click The Wall Street Journal icon. If you don’t see it, put “w” in the search box.
  • If you haven’t used Carthage’s subscription before you will be prompted to register for an account. Follow the instructions for the setup. Your Carthage information should pre-populate. Just choose a password.
  • You will access the content through OneLogin with your Carthage username and password next time you want to use it.

If you have questions please email

Zoom is a video conferencing web resource allowing screen-sharing, and meeting recordings. Zoom is accessible to current Carthage students and employees via the OneLogin portal. Sign in to OneLogin and click on the “Carthage Everything” tab. Look for the Zoom icon and click on it to access the application. You will receive an email to confirm and welcome you to Zoom. An account will be created for you upon the first access through OneLogin.