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Maple Resource Center

Welcome to the SUNY Empire Maple Resource Center. The purpose of this guide is to help you learn how to use Maple for your course work. The Maplesoft website and the Maple Portal installed with your Maple software on your computer contain much


photo of maple leaf Welcome to the SUNY Empire Maple Resource Center.  Our purpose is to help you learn how to use Maple for your course work.  The Maplesoft website and the Maple Portal installed with your Maple software on your computer contain much useful information, so much that it may seem a little overwhelming at first.  We will try to point you to the resources that will benefit you the most in getting started.


Navigating this siteOn the left, you will see a menu.  Click on the appropriate menu item. If you open a page from the menu, you navigate back using the browser back-arrow or by clicking on a different menu option.  Any pages that link out to Maplesoft’s website will open on a new browser page or tab, which you must close when done.


Please note: If you need to request accommodations with content linked to on this guide or with your Maplesoft Software, on the basis of a disability, please contact Accessibility Resources and Services by emailing them.  Requests for accommodations should be submitted as early as possible to allow for sufficient planning. If you have questions, please visit the Accessibility Resources and Services website.


Note that the trademark information below applies to any and all screen captures from Maple that are included in this site.

Maple is a trademark of Waterloo Maple Inc.  Maplesoft is a division of Waterloo Maple Inc., Waterloo, Ontario.

**Caution:  For your computer security, please note that Maplesoft does NOT collect information about you, other than the very minimal amount required during software activation (name, email, etc.)

**Maple’s web address is with NO spaces, hyphens or underscores.  Please be sure to always carefully check email sender names — this is true for all email — hackers and spammers are becoming increasingly sophisticated.

**Maple does not send out patches through the email to download and update your software.  Should you receive such a message at any time, you should go to the home page and click on the support tab to find the customer support page.  You should contact Maplesoft to report this and receive clarification.

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