Learn and work through Kettering's Virtual Computer Lab anywhere, anytime.
What is it?
The Virtual Computing Lab (KUcloud) helps students and faculty in meeting educational objectives by providing availability and flexibility through a virtual computing interface. The KUcloud is configured on the Citrix cloud computing platform enabling students and faculty virtual access to lab and classroom software typically only available while on campus. The KUcloud further supports University staff.
Who can use it?
The KUcloud is available for use by students, faculty and staff.
What labs are available?
Three Virtual Computer Labs are available:
- General Desktop – Core Software for All Users
- Lab 1 – Aspen, Comsol, Design-Expert, Labview, Polymath, and General Desktop Software
- Lab 2 – Arena, Project 2013, Visio 2013, Visual Studio 2013, and General Desktop Software
What general desktop software is included?
- Browser Plugins: Adobe Flash Player / Shockwave / Microsoft Silverlight
- Adobe Reader
- Internet Explorer
- Google Chrome
- Java 8 x64
- Java 8 x86
- Java NetBeans IDE 8.0
- Java JDK
- Maple 18
- MapleSim 6.4
- Matlab R2014B
- Microsoft Office 2010 (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word) MS Math Add-on for Word
- Mintab 17
- Mozilla Firefox
- Notepad ++
- Putty 0.63
- WinSCP 5.5.3
If we can provide further information or help you reach the KUcloud, please contact the IT Help Desk by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at extension 8324.
Suggestions and Feedback are Encouraged!
General suggestions and feedback for inclusion in future releases of the KUcloud are welcomed. Please send an email to the IT Help Desk at email@example.com or by calling at (810) 237-8324.