SJSU IT Tips – Virtual Labs

Campus Community,

Planning out Fall courses and need a computer lab for your students with advanced software? Instead of a room full of machines, consider a Virtual Lab.

SJSU IT’s Virtual Labs feature desktops and applications hosted by a remote service over the internet. This allows students, faculty, and researchers to access certain labs or software at any time, from anywhere, reducing the need to be on campus to access a computer lab. Plus, deploying a virtual lab is faster and cheaper than a traditional physical lab.

If you think a Virtual Lab would be a good fit for your instructional needs, Submit a Request Form. An SJSU IT staff member will reach out to you and get the process started.

Thank you, Tristan Orlino, SJSU IT Senior Identity and Security Administrator, for supporting Virtual Labs for our university and providing this tip. And thank you T.G. Tran, Senior Systems Analyst Lead with College of Engineering, for contributing to this tip. As always, the SJSU IT Service Desk is here to help by phone at (408) 924-1530 or online.

Bob Lim
Vice President for Information Technology
and CIO at San Jose State University

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