This orientation site is designed to help you learn about technology resources that can aid your teaching at Middlebury. There are three modules to help you get connected to, and learn how to use, our resources. If you have taught at Middlebury before, you may be able to skip some steps, but we do recommend that you progress through the site in sequence so that you don’t miss anything.
If you need help at any point, consult our Toolshed & Tutorials page.
Step 1
Activating your Middlebury account is the first step toward accessing many other teaching resources. All faculty, students, and staff have an account. New and returning faculty can activate credentials only after your hire has been processed by Human Resources. Your email username and password are used to access other web-based services that are supported by Middlebury, such as Canvas, MiddCreate, and Middlebury’s instance of Google Apps.

Activate and Protect Your Middlebury Account

You must activate your Middlebury account before you can access Middlebury network services like wifi and email. Middlebury protects your accounts by requiring multi-factor authentication (MFA). Find out more about activating your Middlebury account and setting up MFA.

Activate your Account
Set Up MFA

Oracle Accounts

Oracle accounts are provided by the Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium (GMHEC) rather than Middlebury, and they require a separate MFA setup. Upon first login you will be prompted to enroll in GMHEC’s multi-factor authentication (MFA) if you haven’t already done so.

GMHEC’s MFA guide

Access Your Email

Email is the standard messaging method on the Middlebury campus so it is your responsibility to monitor your email messages for communications. You can access your email using a web browser, or you can configure your desktop client. You will need your Middlebury username and password to login.

Learn About Webmail
Check My Email

Looking for Additional Help?

Check out our Toolshed & Tutorials for more resources.

Step 2

Now that your account is activated, there are a lot of technology connections to be made at Middlebury, such as:

  • Using Course Hub to integrate digital tools with your courses
  • Joining the Wifi network
  • Setting up a cloud file storage option
  • Printing
  • Accessing BannerWeb course and student information system

Connect to Your Courses

The Course Hub is a quick way to double-check that your course details (name, description, time, location) are correct. It also allows you to link to digital tools supported by Middlebury (course web sites, video galleries, document sharing folders, etc.) in one location so that they are easily found by your class.

If you are using a service that is not Hub-enabled you can add it as a Link Resource.

More on Course Hub

Connect to Wireless

The secure wireless network “MiddleburyCollege” allows access to our e-mail system, file servers, and to the Internet.

  • Faculty and students can connect using your Middlebury email address and password. Refer to Step 1 above if you do not know this information.
  • Short-term visitors can quickly set up and use a “basic” guest account through the MiddleburyGuest network. Guests staying longer than four days or who need access to additional resources can create a full-featured guest account then connect to MiddleburyCollege.

For configuration assistance, contact the Technology Helpdesk (College/Schools/Bread Loaf | Institute). If you are in another domestic location or outside of the US, please contact local support.

More on Wifi

Connect to File Storage

Middlebury supports a couple of tools for cloud hosted file storage that you can use with your classes and for administrative purposes: Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive and Apps for Edu.

Cloud-based file storage has multiple benefits:

  • Secure password-protection and automatic backups of all files
  • Collaborative document sharing and editing
  • Access to files from any networked computer or device.
More on Google Apps
More on Office 365

Connect to Printing

(These instructions pertain to on campus printing. Note: Middlebury and Monterey campuses are currently closed due to COVID-19.)

Middlebury, VT, Location
Learn how to send a print job from your personal computer or from a public lab computer.

Printing at Middlebury

Monterey, CA, Location
You can print wirelessly via your desktop or laptop to a staff printer on the network. First you must identify the location, model number, and IP address of the copier/printer. Please contact the Helpdesk with any questions regarding campus printers.

Printing at MIIS

Connect to BannerWeb

BannerWeb is the primary administrative and student information system at Middlebury. Bannerweb is the data source for official student and course record-keeping where faculty:

  • Obtain a list of students and e-mail addresses for each course taught
  • View the web catalog to verify course information
  • Record final grades for the registrar
Bannerweb for Faculty
Step 3

Middlebury provides many resources for faculty to use in their courses. Step 3 will take you through the most common options. Before proceeding with this step, please ensure you have verified your teaching assignments in Course Hub as described in Step 2 above.

Teaching Resources



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Learn More About Breadnet