You may have heard that the Esri Training site is changing and that customers with qualifying products* will have unlimited access to free self-paced e-Learning. The new site will launch August 15 (next Monday). You can see a preview at go.esri.com/esritraining or read this press release for details. Access to e-Learning and other training…(Show moreShow less)
The new method of issuing access codes is a huge for improvement for us, where we typically issue codes to groups of students normally not over 100. The old process was very time consuming, so thanks for the update.
Hi everyone -- We typically send students to a Virtual Campus course called "Getting Started with GIS (for ArcGIS 10.0)". I cannot seem to find it in the training.esri.com > Catalog > Find Training listing. Any idea how I direct students to find this course now? ~Beth
Hi Beth, this course is still available. In the new Catalog, type Getting Started for keyword, and then choose Web Course for the format. You will see Getting Started with GIS. In the course description software tab, you will see that the course works with ArcGIS versions 10.1 through 10.4. A similar course for ArcGIS Pro is also available.
With the user support for Esri e-Learning & Virtual Campus move into My Esri one of the user management features missing from the Manage Users panel is ability of sorting by date of activity (e.g. when invited, last active) or of sorting by identity of admin doing the invite, or annotation of for whom the invite is done. Providing these…(Show moreShow less)
That's great to know Ann and thanks so much for your offer to assist! All of the licenses would be for teaching and research purposes. The details are not 100% concrete yet, but I'll be sure to get in touch with you when things become more solidified (it may take quite some time yet...). Cheers, Shane
If you’re an educator who uses Esri’s “Virtual Campus” courses in your classes, you may be wondering what the new Esri Training site means to you (http://training.esri.com). The good news is that your students will now have access to every non-instructor-led e-learning resource in the Esri Training catalog, which is a big increase over what was…
David, Angie Thanks for a great hosted presentation today (2016-07-21), couldn't attend but the recorded session was well captured. As I listened to the details of the new Education licensing program the expanded availability of Portal is very welcome news, key to making that appealing is going to be SSO (for us either AD or Shibboleth),…(Show moreShow less)
-- IANAL -- Unfortunately, yes. Under the 2013 guidance we should obtain a non-profit or commercial seat of ArcGIS (not a part of our Site license) for "Sponsored" research activities that require "deliverables" as a part of the grant funding terms or contract--i.e. a "contract deliverable". And of course little question regards professional…
This message is in response to the discussion on the Higher Education Listserv (firstname.lastname@example.org) about options for managing ArcGIS Pro licenses. To see the full discussion, you can visit the archives for email@example.com at LISTSERV 16.0 - HIGHERED-L List at ATLANTIS.ESRI.COM . The issue is less a question of *whether* to enable…(Show moreShow less)
Introducing Esri's Education License Modernization Program. July 21, 2016 http://esri.adobeconnect.com/p1ym7o534da/ Additional webinars and direct contacts to follow. Please join or follow this group to keep up with news about the program!
David, at the conference you showed an outline of the different university sizes and benefits. Could you post that on this page? It's okay if it's not final, but it would help give my other site coordinators an idea of how it will work. Thanks!
Thanks for scheduling the webinars and for making them available to those of us that can't make it-- a table of benefits / changes would be incredibly helpful, as with the new fiscal year the bean-counters are starting to look closely at cost-savings with software licensing, etc... for our campus. I'll likely be in touch with my ESRI contact…