- Computer Depot (sales)
- Tech Team (support)
- UVM Knowledge Base (online support)
- UVM Spatial Analysis Lab
- Vermont Advanced Computing Core
To get started in Geospatial Technologies at UVM or to find more information, use this list of GST resources that includes guidance about computing, software, and data sources.
All software with a UVM site license are available to users with a valid netid. This includes ArcGIS. Check the UVM Software Portal for availability.
ENVI is a remote sensing software with a limited number of floating licenses for UVM users.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at UVM often involves ArcGIS, the industry leading GIS software from ESRI. UVM has an unlimited ESRI site license, so the information here focuses on ArcGIS. Of course, there are choices for GIS software, and there are many other aspects to GIS at the University of Vermont.
As of Fall 2020, there are new ways to access ArcGIS, including teaching and learning with a virtual machine. Please visit this UVM Knowledge Base article for current instructions.
UVM has an ESRI Educational License that permits installation of ESRI products on UVM-owned hardware only (with the exception of qualifying students and faculty, who may install ESRI software on their own computers [subject to contract constraints]). During the install process, a UVM-owned computer on the UVM network (including off-campus connections using the VPN client) may obtain a license from the network license server (arclm.uvm.edu).
UVM has an educational site license for many ESRI software products. Our contract allows use of an unlimited number of installations of ESRI software for the purposes of research, instruction, education, and administrative uses. UVM students, employees, and affiliates should be aware of the following license restrictions:
As of Fall 2020, there are new ways to access ArcGIS. Please visit this UVM Knowledge Base article for current instructions.