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European Round Table Discussion

Date published
Nov 23 2021
Time of the event
1:30PM - 2:30PM (GMT)
Location of the Event
VIRTUAL WEBINAR
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When

Wednesday, 23rd November 2021

1:30 PM GMT (2:30 CET)

Who

  • University of Bergen
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  • University of South-Eastern Norway

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Join our very own Nick Johnson and Leon Walsh along with four top European Universities as we discuss the impact COVID-19 had on both IT strategies and student outcomes. 

In this webinar, we will discuss how University of Bergen, University of South East Norway, Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s, and Kingston University have all navigated COVID-19, and by doing so have in fact enriched their student outcomes.

This session will also cover the following:

  • AppsAnywhere Implementation process
  • Remote learning
  • Digital Equity
  • Live Q&A

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About the speakers

Rune Pettersen

As Head Engineer Rune Pettersen was a project contributor in the merge of IT systems between Høgskolen i Telemark, HiT and Buskerud and Vestfold University College, in order to form the University College of Southeast Norway. He is specifically looking into how the new organisation delivers application to staff and students.


Arnt Richard Rørvik

Senior Engineer Arnt Richard Rørvik has worked with many aspects of the university’s IT department such as project management, architecture and analysis. He was previously the group leader, project manager and head of ICT service development and ICT architectural forum at Sør-Trøndelag University College until the merger with NTNU.


Magnus Svendsen Nerheim

Project Manager and Advisor in EdTech through UiB Learning Lab's (digital) tools and services project area. Personally invested in developing scientific education and communication to improve teaching at associated institutions, as well as spreading both quality scientific knowledge and practice to fellow scientists, students, and the public.


Daniel Bolton

As Head of Technical Services Daniel Bolton has over 20 years’ experience specialising in End User Computing modernisation programmes focusing on physical desktop management, RDSh, VDI, UEM, Application Delivery, Automation and self-service delivery.


The Software2 team

Nick Johnson

As CEO and co-founder of Software2 Nick is all about new tech and is incredibly proud of our "Gartner Cool" technology. He strongly believes that new technologies can deliver better outcomes to students. He loves helping our customers use AppsAnywhere and application virtualization technology to achieve just that. 


Leon Walsh, Business Development

Leon Walsh

As Software2's VP of Business Development for Europe, the Middle East and Asia, Leon looks after customers and partners across the regions. Based out of Software2's Spanish office, Leon knows everything there is to know about virtualizing apps and delivering software in universities.