MiddLab Coffee Break: Virtual Machines, Access Equity, and Apporto Online
Our April MiddLab Coffee Break will be focusing on the topic of virtual machines, access equity, and Apporto, including how these resources can further empower student learning in the classroom and beyond. The discussion will be facilitated by Jonathan Kemp (Science Technology Support Services), Andrea Vaccari (Computer Science), Tanya Byker (Economics), Heather Stafford (DLINQ), and Mack Pauly (ITS). Our facilitators have experience in working with virtual machines and the considerations that surround provisioning access and using within a curricular context, but we want this to be a community discussion, so please bring your projects, questions, and concerns.
This virtual meeting is part of our MiddLab Coffee Break series. These meetings* are hosted by MiddLab, with co-sponsorship from the Library, ITS, DLINQ, and the MiddData initiative. MiddLab is a cross-campus hub for librarians, technologists, and other specialists who support digital projects, digital scholarship, and other technology-based research needs.
The MiddLab Coffee Break series is a monthly meeting of those interested in digital academia to meet for the discussion, sharing, and questioning of a variety of topics important to our community. These meetings will be facilitated by MiddLab members, along with guest experts from across the Middlebury community.
More information about MiddLab is available at http://go.middlebury.edu/middlab
* Note that registration is required for this event, so that participants can receive all pre- and post-discussion communication and materials, including the link to the Zoom videoconference.
- Friday, April 2, 2021
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Middlebury Library - Online
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.