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          What is eduroam
          Eduroam allows students, researchers, teachers and staff from participating college and k12 schools to obtain secure Internet connectivity across campus, districts and schools when visiting other participating institutions by simply opening their computing device.

           

          End User Statement
          As educational administrators, teachers, school staff member or students, you will only be able to use eduroam if your school or district offers the eduroam service and if they provide you an eduroam account. Please contact your technology department for instructions on how to best access and use eduroam.
          UETN’s Vision for eduroam
          Participating educational faculty, staff and students in Utah will have ubiquitous wireless access in all educational sites in the state and in other eduroam participating sites throughout the world.

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