Improve Your Instructional Experience

Provide Instructional Software to Students to Meet Academic Needs

Continue the pilot program and expand the software offerings for students to meet academic needs. Today this would include student access to Microsoft products (Office, Windows), Adobe products (Acrobat, Photoshop, Primer, Aftereffect, etc.), SPSS and Lynda.com training, among others. As technology advances and needs change, new offerings would be added.

2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Completed Completed  Completed

 

Current student license count (as of 10/31/16):

  • Microsoft products: 27,698

  • Adobe products: 2,306

  • SPSS: 1,996

  • Matlab: 3,228

  • Dropbox: 6,982

  • Lynda.com Training: 18,585

  • EndNote: 300

  • Read & Write: 123

  • Zoom: 731

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2016-2017 Q1 Quarterly Report

Description Plan Staff Budget Allocation Expenses Balance

Continue to provide and expand the software offerings for students to meet academic needs. AY 2016-17 the Division of IT will provide student access to the following products:

- Microsoft products (Office 365, Windows OS, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

- Adobe products (Acrobat, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects, InCopy, Audition)

- SPSS (Statistics & Amos)

- Qualtrics

- Matlab

- Dropbox

- Lynda.com Training

- Autodesk

- Front Door Laptop Security

- EndNote (reference management)

- Read & Write (makes the web and documents more accessible)

- Zoom (web and video conferencing software) With advances in technology and changing student needs, new software offerings will be added.

 

*SSFGF-10352-8105 – Instructional Software

 Student license count as of 10/31/16:

- Microsoft products: 27,698

- Adobe products: 2,306

- SPSS: 1,996

- Matlab: 3,228

- Dropbox: 6,982

- Lynda.com Training: 18,585

- EndNote: 300

- Read & Write: 123

- Zoom: 731

 

$368,849.23

 $679,903.18

-$311,053.95