How Boise State University Provides Engineering Students with Remote Access to Applications and Desktops – Sponsored by Amazon Web Services

How Boise State University Provides Engineering Students with Remote Access to Applications and Desktops – Sponsored by Amazon Web Services

This webinar will illustrate how Boise State University uses Amazon AppStream 2.0 to provide students with access to the applications they need for their engineering courses, whether they’re using Macs, Chromebooks, or PCs—or whether they’re in the classroom, the library, a cafe, or at home. Scroll for event details.

Type: Webinar

Delivery Method: On Demand

Level: Foundational

Duration: 1 hour

Dates & Times

Originally delivered September 24, 2020

Pricing

ASEE Members: Free
Non-members: Free

Whether your students are on or off campus, there are benefits to enabling and empowering them to access course-required applications and desktops from any device, anytime, from anywhere. Boise State University uses Amazon AppStream 2.0 to provide students with access to the applications they need for their engineering courses, whether they’re using Macs, Chromebooks, or PCs—or whether they’re in the classroom, the library, a cafe, or at home.

Join this session, led by Francisco Castellon, Senior Systems Administrator at Boise State University, to hear the university share (1) how they piloted and scaled AppStream 2.0 for students and faculty; (2) successes with user and session management, full desktop access, and reporting; and (3) lessons learned from implementing other technologies that could not scale cost effectively.

This webinar is sponsored by Amazon Web Services in partnership with ASEE

 

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