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How to prepare campus IT for a 'virtual' or hybrid term

Date published
May 07 2020
Time of the event
11:00AM - 11:45AM (GMT)
Location of the Event
Online webinar
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When?

Thursday May 7, 2020 at 11.00am GMT

Runtime

30 minutes plus time for Q&A

Where?

After registration we'll send you the details of how to join the live webinar

Who?

Nick Johnson, Software2 CEO/Co-Founder

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Join us for our live webinar with Software2 CEO/Co-Founder Nick Johnson and learn how university IT teams can best prepare for the September term, whether students are back on-campus, still at home, or even a mixture of the two!

Global uncertainty around the current public health crisis is causing key challenges for university IT; most notably how to best prepare their services and managed campus devices for the new September term and intake of students.

With many publications predicting students won't return until January 2021, or a phased return of students in September 2020 (with ongoing social distancing measures), how does university IT accomodate both of those scenarios in a way that's great for the student experience?

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In this 30-minute webinar, Nick will take a look at how universities can prepare for any of the possible scenarios:

  1. Readying campus labs for student return in September
  2. Facilitating a 'virtual' term and ongoing online learning/BYOD
  3. ... or even a hybrid approach, servicing online and on-campus students

Learn how a flexible approach to delivering software to students and staff on any device, on-demand, can help you prepare for any eventuality and maintain continuity of education, as well as enabling strategic IT initiatives such as BYOD.

Whether it's being able to get campus labs and devices ready for September, or preparing for a more 'virtual' term where students need ongoing access to their specialist software off-campus, at home, learn how to:

  • Avoid the summer 'imaging' process for managed devices
  • Deliver software to any device across campus on-demand
  • Make software available to students off-campus, at home
  • Deliver a better IT service to all students and staff
  • Enable key strategic IT initiatives such as BYOD

About Nick

Nick Johnson, Software2 CEO and Co-Founder

Nick Johnson: Nick knows everything there is to know about the best ways to deliver software at universities and community colleges. Nick has visited hundreds of Higher Ed insitutions, and has learned that they all face the same challenges when it comes to delivering software. Nick founded Software2 with the simple goal: to give students the best possible learning experience with EdTech!

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