iLinc Communications, a developer of Web conferencing software and audio conferencing solutions, announced that California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) has selected the iLinc software suite as the backbone for a host of projects that will connect students and faculty across multiple campuses.

The university will use iLinc for everything from training and distance learning to offering online science labs and virtual faculty office hours.

Cal State Fullerton has a student enrollment of 37,000 who are spread across the university s 236 acre main campus in Fullerton and satellites in Irvine, Santa Ana and Garden Grove. The university is part of the 23 campus California State University System, the largest university system in the United States.

iLinc offered us the scalability we needed, an open application programming interface and an easy to implement licensing model designed specifically for the university environment, said Amir Dabirian, Chief Information Technology Officer for CSUF. We also had some unique requirements such as the need to integrate with the Cal State learning management system and the capability to host science labs across our multiple sites and iLinc met those needs as well.

iLinc offers universities specialized toolsets for distance learning, online meetings, conferences and more through its comprehensive suite of software products. The applications work on both PCs and Apple computers and are easily managed via iLinc s intuitive user interface.

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