A simple web-interface that allows users to create and manage groups in an Active Directory container.
Groups are primarily used by the Middlebury Drupal 7 site as well as a few other applications
Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is Microsoft’s multi-tenant, cloud-based directory, and identity management service that combines core directory services, application access management, and identity protection into a single solution. Azure AD also offers a rich, standards-based platform that enables developers to deliver access control to their applications, based on centralized policy and rules.
Azure AD supports the SAML 2.0, openID Connect 1.0, OAuth 2.0, and wS-Federation 12 authentication protocols.
Multi-Factor Authentication is a security technology that helps protect your Middlebury account from potential compromise by requiring the use of more than just a username and password to prove your identity during login.
Central Authentication Service (CAS) Single Sign-On system.
CAS provides authentication services to many applications utilizing the CAS 2.0, CAS 3.0, and SAML 1.1 protocols.
Searchable online course catalog application that provides full-text and faceted search of courses. The catalog allows students to browse and mark courses as favorites, then compile these favorites into schedules that can be shared with their advisor.
Additionally, the catalog provides automated, printable exports of the College Catalog.
The Course Hub is a provisioning and finding aid that provides access to online resources for courses. Students and instructors see all of the courses they are taking and teaching for each semester. Instructors can provision new online resources with a few clicks, while students get links to all resources associated with each course.
Went live ons 8/19/2019. Discovery layer for the catalog, journals, digital assets, and external library resources. Can be applied to "anything" local if we want. Named "LibrarySearch".
Web-based, MS Active Directory-integrated proxy server for access control to subscription library e-resources. (Very granular permissions) De facto international library standard. Library remote access/authorization system.
Used for the resources that allow alumni access to a subset of special subscription e-resources. Web-based proxy server for access control to subscription library resources. (EZP2 has no LDAP, no Active Directory implemented.)