[Athen] [External] Transition to Fusion

Wershing, Alice D. adwershing at pstcc.edu
Sun Aug 25 09:42:24 PDT 2019

We have recently transitioned to Fusion. I transferred our JAWS stand alone licenses a few years ago to Network licenses. In updating JAWS for this year, I added Fusion to add ZoomText back to our software tools. The advantage of a network license over stand alone is that I can have our IT department set up stations wherever I have students. For example in the Testing Center, it is now on every computer. The student won't have to wait for a station, and they can sit wherever they want, like all of our students.

Hope this helps.
Alice Wershing, Pellissippi State Community College , Knoxville

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Hi all,

I am considering transitioning to Fusion. My campus has had a 5 user license for Zoom Text and a 10 user license for JAWS for the past 12+ years. If you have transitioned to Fusion, please share the positives and negatives. Is it recommended or should I keep my individual licenses?

Thanks for any input.


Bryon Kluesner, RhD
Adaptive Technology Coordinator
Disability Resource Center
Adjunct Professor
College of Health, Education & Professional Studies
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
103 Frist Hall
Chattanooga, TN 37403
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