• Review Common - Centrally Managed IT Resources Benefiting the UofU Campus

  COMMON - CENTRALLY MANAGED IT RESOURCES FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH CAMPUS

 

  • Virtual Desktop Software (VDI) – This is software available from a remote server. For example, UofU students can access specialized software such as Maple, SASS, and ArcGIS though the Marriott Library.

  • Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office Software – The Office of Software Licensing provides Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Office for UofU faculty and students to download directly to their computers.

  • UIT Box Storage – Faculty and students each have 1 Terabyte of storage available through UIT Box. Go to http://box.utah.edu and login using your uNID and password.

  • Video capture and streaming – Central Campus Schools and Colleges have access to the Teaching and Learning Technologies service offerings for video capture and streaming, https://video.utah.edu. The Health Sciences Campus has access to the video capture and streaming services offered by the Health Sciences Education Building, http://library.med.utah.edu/video/.

  • Audio-Visual Installation Services – Audio-Visual Installation Services under Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) provides classroom technology installations and consultation for audiovisual installations to faculty, staff, and departments. Faculty and staff can easily obtain a consultation to determine the audiovisual needs of their department learning spaces, Custom Technology Installation. The TLT web site has a list of the standard specifications for base, mid and high-level audiovisual learning spaces along with associated costs.

 

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