Updating computer lab
The Windows and Mac Lab Editions of Lock Down Browser do not require users to have administrator rights in order to execute the application.
Also, automatic updates are not enforced with the Lab Edition of Lock Down Browser.
It is morally wrong to take a program as valuable as the Computer Lab from all of us while at the same time using the student fees that we all paid to do so.” Kolodny was quick to point out that before the measure had even been passed, a website for the new social justice center had already been created.
The district “Master Plan for Education” at the college also listed its “plan to establish a gender equity center to serve all students” in its objectives prior to Monday’s decision.
Fifty-six (56) HP Z38c 38” LED monitors, the largest individual displays installed to date, have been deployed in the Duderstadt Center (third floor South West and East Alcove) and the CAEN computer lab in FXB B085.
New virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) technology arrived at the University of Arkansas over Spring Break with a major upgrade in three computer labs.
The “Student Edition” for Windows requires the user to have administrator rights in Windows to install, update and run the browser.
The "Student Edition" for Mac requires the user to have administrator rights on Mac to install and update, but not to run.
With VDI they get the same experience wherever they go." PCs running on VDI were installed last week in computer labs located in the Arkansas Union, J. "We're working on a plan to support the mobility piece which promises to deliver a consistent technology experience," said Paige Francis, associate CIO for academic technologies and shared services.
A college representative claimed the concept “came from students and faculty three years ago” and that it was student decision that a “Social Justice Center would best encompass the desired range of student needs.” The debate continues.
There are two types of installers available from the Administrator Area of Respondus Lock Down Browser.
VDI is the future of the student computer experience, making it possible to ultimately provide a consistent computing environment for everyone, regardless of their location on campus.
"VDI is a brand-new paradigm for us," said Chris Mc Coy, chief information officer.