Just like the office hours your professors hold, #MapleOfficeHours provides a way for students to get help with Maple (but if you aren’t a student, you’re still invited). Are you having trouble with your Maple homework? Are you stuck with a particular command? Want a quick demo or tutorial? We’re here to help!
#MapleOfficeHours events are held at scheduled times, on a variety of social media platforms. Check out the schedule below for our next events, or subscribe to the Maple Reporter - Student Edition to keep up to date.
How does it work?
Twitch Sessions: Each Twitch session starts with a 5-10 minute demo on that day’s topic, followed by a general Q&A period. Questions can be on any topic. You do not need a Twitch account to watch the live session; just follow the link below. If you have a Twitch account, you can use the Twitch chat to ask questions. If you don’t, you can tweet your question to @Maplesoft and/or use #MapleOfficeHours
Twitter Sessions: During the Twitter-based #MapleOfficeHours session, tweet your questions to @Maplesoft and/or use #MapleOfficeHours
Fall Twitch Events
Fall Twitter Events
What if I need help outside of #MapleOfficeHours?
- Watch a recording of a past demo on a topic you are interested in.
- Student Help Center: Visit the Student Help Center for training videos, getting started information, examples, programming manuals, and much more.
- MaplePrimes: MaplePrimes is the world’s largest community of Maple users, and they are a helpful bunch. Search existing posts for a solution, or ask a new question.
- Technical Support: Check out our FAQs, and if you still have questions, contact our Technical Support team.