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Special edition of IAM Online - Monday, May 18, 2020 - 2 pm ET

IAM Online – Special Edition

Monday, May 18, 2020
2 pm ET | 1 pm CT | Noon MT | 11 am PT

Wi-Fi access has become critical for universities all over the world. Many research and education organizations have turned to eduroam – the global roaming WiFi service – to help students, faculty, staff, and visitors participate in online learning, research, working, and socializing.

A special edition of IAM Online will provide a look at how three organizations have leveraged eduroam to meet these new and emerging needs. 

  • The Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN) recently completed a pilot to provide eduroam at  K-12 school districts – a pilot that is now paying dividends
  • The University of Florida has deployed eduroam in some public locations to serve its constituents
  • The University of Delaware is developing ways to provide enhanced mapping of eduroam hotspots to their community

Attend this IAM Online and learn how these organizations are creatively expanding the use and deployment of eduroam.

Moderator

Mike Zawacki,  Internet2

Presenters

Cory Stokes, UETN
Jeff Eagly, UETN
Saira Hasnain, University of Florida
Sharon Pitt, University of Delaware

Connecting

Slide sharing and audio via Zoom: https://internet2.zoom.us/j/91889337866 

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Dial (US): (669) 900-6833 or (646) 558-8656
Webinar ID: 918-8933-7866
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About eduroam

eduroam is a global wireless network access service for research and education. Individuals use their home institution credentials to automatically sign on to eduroam wireless networks at thousands of participating organizations around the world. 

IAM Rewind

Past IAM Online recordings are on the IAM Online YouTube channel, in cooperation with our European partner, GEANT.

About IAM Online

IAM Online is a monthly online education series brought to you by Internet2’s InCommon community and the EDUCAUSE Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC).