University of Montana Information Technology Launches Program for Distance Learning
The performance of graphic-intensive software, such as ArcGIS and AutoCAD, can struggle in this type of environment. So for the project, UM IT systems administrators Antony Jo and Jon Robinson identified solutions to enhance the student experience by including additional graphics processing units, funded through a grant from the Student Computer Fee Committee.
“It was easy to use, and many of my students used the virtual labs to complete their work in the two courses. Having a traditional computer lab available remotely through the power of virtualization was very impactful to me and my students.” Shawn Clouse
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