January 16th, 2018
Learn MATLAB® interactively, at your own pace, with MATLAB Academy™
MATLAB is listed as a top skill to learn by students at top technical schools across the globe. Knowing MATLAB is beneficial for your coursework and projects in school, and when entering the workforce.
You can build these skills with online, self-paced training sponsored by your organization.
To sign-up and learn more visit: https://softwarelicense.arizona.edu/mathworks-matlabRead More
August 22nd, 2017
This Fall Semester of 2017, all University of Arizona students enrolled in classes will be eligible to request an Adobe Creative Cloud license (a $600/year value) at no additional cost.
The University of Arizona is excited to offer the opportunity to learn about and use the industry-standard tools that Adobe Creative cloud has to offer. Learn more...Read More
June 9th, 2017
The University of Arizona campus community now has access to Gartner, an IT firm that provides research and analysis services to inform and support decision-making in higher education and other industry sectors. University Information Technology Services (UITS) has purchased a campus license to Gartner for Technical Professionals (GTP), which includes unlimited access to published research focusing on in-depth strategic analysis of information technology trends, vendors, products, and technologies. Learn more...Read More
April 5th, 2017
As an Adobe Creative Campus, The University of Arizona wants to connect students and faculty to digital tools that inspire creativity and innovation. Through lively design events, trainings and workshops, and collaborations between students, faculty and staff, the UA and Adobe are empowering our problem solvers, creative thinkers and thought leaders to use digital media skills within and beyond the classroom walls.
Current students can fill out the following form at the Office of Digital Learning website to redeem their copy of Adobe CC.
To learn more about this offer and the Adobe Creative C...Read More
April 5th, 2017
Students and faculty at the University of Arizona now have access to the full suite of ANSYS Multiphysics solutions for the simulation of complex problems in the areas of fluids, solids, and electromagnetism. ANSYS is one of the leading simulation software in the world and is used in the development of product across many industries. The ANSYS campus wide license provides 500 teaching seats, thus covering the needs of most of the students. It also includes 50 HPC-enabled research seats that researchers at the University of Arizona can use for the simulation of large complex problems.Read More