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MSDN-AATM

What is MSDN-AATM? 

Who is eligible for MSDN-AATM? 

How do students obtain access? 

What software applications are available through the MSDN-AATM program? 

What do I tell my students if they are having trouble downloading software from MSDN-AATM? 

 

What is MSDN-AATM?

The Microsoft Software Developers Network - Academic Alliance is an annual membership program for technical departments in the area of Computer Science, Engineering, and Information Systems. As a member, a department receives an MSDN-AATM subscription to Microsoft platforms, servers, and developer tools software. More information can be found on the following website: ©http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/academic/default.aspx

Who is eligible for MSDN-AATM?

Faculty teaching in or students enrolled in at least a 1 (one) credit-hour course within the area of Computer Science, Engineering, or Information Systems.

How do students obtain access?

Student loads are performed the first week of each semester and an email with instructions for login and the link to the website will be sent to the student email account. Students will use their IVCC-assigned email to access this website. New instructors are added as needed. Please contact the Help Desk with questions regarding email log-in questions.          

What software applications are available through the MSDN-AATM program?

Only developer programs are available: server operating systems, client operating systems, web development tools, and a portion of the Office Suite of applications, although the full suite is not available (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher are NOT available under this program). A full list of eligible software can be found on the MSDN-AATMELMS website (as directed in the member email).

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What do I tell my students if they are having trouble downloading software from MSDN-AATM

Select software has been placed in Jacob's Library for check-out. The library has been provided with a list of courses that qualify under the MSDN-AATM program. If a student is not enrolled in any of the eligible courses, we can check to see if they are in an eligible program and activate (or reactivate) their account.

Any eligible participant can check-out the media from the library, make a copy, and install. Participants must first "purchase" their software from the ELMS website in order to receive a unique key code for installation. There is no cost to the student (or faculty), it is just a formality required by MSDN-AATM

Currently, only client operating systems and Access are available for check-out. Participants can use the contact form on the ELMS website or contact the Campus Help Desk directly with questions or concerns regarding the MSDN-AATM program.

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