Please review the below Frequently Asked Questions. These questions and answers are subject to change and are updated frequently for clarification and improvement purposes. If you have additional software related questions, please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an explanation of terminology used throughout the OSL website, please visit our Glossary of Terms.To enhance your technical skills on software products available on the OSL web store and through UIT, please visit Online Learning Opportunities.
|1.||Students are NOT eligible to purchase, install or use this software on personally owned or leased computers under our existing software license agreement.|
Faculty and Staff are NOT eligible to purchase, install or use this software on personally owned or leased computers under our existing software license agreement.
However, for Work at Home purposes, Faculty and Staff may purchase, install and use a University license on their personally owned or leased computer but ONLY for work-related non-profit/non-commercial instructional, academic teaching and research purposes.
Faculty and Staff are eligible to purchase, install and use this software on personally owned or leased computers or university owned or leased computers and this software must ONLY be used for work-related non-profit/non-commercial instructional, academic teaching and research purposes.
LabVIEW is a graphical programming platform that helps engineers scale from design to test and from small to large systems. It offers unprecedented integration with existing legacy software, IP, and hardware while capitalizing on the latest computing technologies.
For more product information, please visit the vendor website: http://www.ni.com/labview/
An annual subscription Site-License which must be renewed each year.
Our Academic Site License includes the LabVIEW Option and NI Device Drivers*. For a list of the software, please visit the vendor website: http://www.ni.com/white-paper/8115/en/.
*Multisim Option - Circuit Design Suite is not included in our LabVIEW Academic Site License.
Yes. You must purchase a license for each computer that the software is installed on.
Please go to this vendor website to review the System Requirements prior to purchasing this product.
Sign in to the National Instruments web site using your University of Utah email address.
If you don't have an account, create one using your University of Utah email address.
To get information about Technical Support, please visit the National Instruments website.
- Academic Site License product page
- Software Included in NI Academic Site License—Describes all software included with the LabVIEW Academic Site License.
- NI Academic Site License Manuals—Enter ASL into the Manuals search.
- NI Academic Site License Release Notes
- Academic Site License Software Resources—Contains information on available support resources for software administrators.