Matt Uhrich

Technology Bulletin August 2023

ETS Technology Bulletin: FSE cloud classroom, classroom technology orientation, and more

FSE Enhances Security with New Managed Printer Model

In an ongoing commitment to strengthen our security measures and mitigate risk exposure, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering (FSE) is collaborating with the Enterprise Technology (ET) office to introduce a new managed printer model within a dedicated network environment. This initiative aims to remove printers from ASU’s core computing infrastructure and address the…

Technology Bulletin March 2023

ETS Technology Bulletin: Overleaf software, classroom technology upgrades, and more

Overleaf Research Collaboration Software

Overleaf is a powerful online platform that allows researchers to collaborate in real-time on the writing and editing of research documents. It boasts a user-friendly interface and many innovative features, including automatic version control and easy document sharing. Overleaf is an essential tool for researchers looking to work together and share ideas seamlessly, regardless of…

Technology Bulletin December 2022

ETS Technology Bulletin: Google Storage limitations, ECG150 move, and more

Fulton Launches The Software Hub

New for the Fall of 2022, engineering students, staff, and faculty now have a centralized starting point to find software available to them. Sun Devils from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering now have The Software Hub, an Engineering Technical Services (ETS) web page that brings together dozens of educational technology tools and hundreds…

Students working together on a laptop computer

Fulton’s Tutoring System Serves Thousands of Engineering Students with Just One Full-Time Staff Member

Fulton Schools of Engineering Tutor Management System connects hundreds of students with tutors while reducing the number of staff required to manage the system. Available free of charge, this service gives students access to personalized, one-on-one tutoring—online or on campus. As one of the largest engineering schools in the US, operating one of the only…

Student using CAD software on laptop computer

Free SolidWorks Certification Vouchers for Engineering Students

As a member of the SolidWorks Education Program, Fulton Schools of Engineering students get free access to SolidWorks CAD software, plus vouchers for various SolidWorks certifications (over $1,000 total value)! Students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.  A SolidWorks certification is proof of your skills, and having  “Certified SolidWorks Professional” listed on…