Ian Callahan said the applications could be used on all campus computers as well as on student and faculty PCs, and provided a variety of learning resources, including manuals, textbooks, hands-on live training, and on-demand self-study offered through the Bentley LEARN Server, along with opportunities for scholarships. “The school’s new academic subscription will help Curtin students graduate with the technology skills they need to start careers as infrastructure professionals.”
“This is a strategic addition to developing Curtin’s information and communications technology initiatives. With seamless access to Bentley software, our students will graduate with the strong skills and knowledge that their prospective employers need to establish or maintain leadership in the design, development, maintenance, and operation of built assets around the world.
“A distinctive feature of this program is the provision of anywhere, anytime access to Bentley’s learning materials for students and staff through Curtin’s online portal OASIS. This learning opportunity, which is made possible by Bentley Institute’s innovative OnDemand offerings, cements the university’s position as a leader in the adoption of digital learning technologies.”