Friday, October 19, 2012

SLCC All Access


Did you know you can access SLCC lab software for free from your own computing device?  

Come learn how SLCC is supporting BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) with All Access.

The goal of All Access is to provide any time, any place, and any device access to college computing and lab software SLCC students, faculty and staff.  All Access works on almost any device from a PC or Mac, to tablets and smart phones.  With All Access you can use programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, AutoCAD, MatLab, Mathematica, MyITLab, NetBeans, and online Library Databases.  We also provide you with online storage space so you can save your files in the cloud and have access to them wherever you are. 

Anyone is welcome to this session where we will cover the basics of All Access, give you some tips and tricks for getting the most out the system, and we’ll also have some people there to help get your computer set up. 

When and where:
Monday October 22, 2010 12pm – 1pm
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
Student Center – Multipurpose Room (in the basement)
Can’t make it?  We’ll also be coordinating some additional sessions at other SLCC campuses in the future.  There are also some training videos online (see the information below or visit the All Access website:  https://AllAccess.slcc.edu)  

All Access Overview:
All Access is a free service available for SLCC students, faculty and staff that allows you to use several college licensed applications from almost any type of personal device with an internet connection (PC, Mac, iPad/iPhone, Android). This service works both from both on and off campus, so with All Access, you can start working on a program at the college, disconnect your session, and then reconnect from another device from home or over a 3G connection and continue right where you left off.
The great thing is that your device doesn’t have to be new, or have a ton of computing power to run these apps. All Access runs apps in a cloud computing environment on our servers so your device doesn’t have to have a lot of computing power, our servers do most of the heaving lifting!


Online training / setup videos: Getting the most out of All Access