Digital poverty and other watchpoints for consideration when teaching with software applications across Unitec's Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

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McGarrigle, Malachy
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2020-12-07
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virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)
Archicad (modelling software)
New Zealand Diploma in Architectural Technology
Unitec Institute of Technology
Unitec courses
BIM education
digital poverty
digital divide
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McGarrigle, M.J. (2020, December). Digital poverty and other watchpoints for consideration when teaching with software applications across Unitec's Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Paper presented at the Unitec Research Symposium 2020, Unitec- Auckland.
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Project introduction and rationale Definition of digital poverty What is virtual desktop infrastructure? How can we get the best from VDI? Project introduction and rationale - NZ Diploma in Arch Tech and Archicad Project methodology Literature review themes Aims and objectives Perceived benefits VDI Testing methods used Project findings
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