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Concordia has an educational site license for Maple software from Maplesoft.  It is a simple way to get Maple licenses to active faculty, staff and graduate students of the University.  The site license includes the installation of Maple on University owned computers and on employee and graduate students’ personally owned computer

Who can use it?

Active faculty, staff and graduate students.

How much does it cost?

There is no cost associated with this service as software covered under the campus license agreement can be installed for free.

How to get it

  • To request the installation of Maple on a university owned computer, contact your department IT-representative or the Service Desk.
  • For the home-use version, visit the Webster Library Course Reserve Room (LB-201) with your Concordia University employee ID or graduate student ID.  The installation disc is available to borrow for a 3 day loan period.

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