Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Learn how to use the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), a private cloud technology used by Stevens faculty and students to access specialized software and desktops, such as SolidWorks and the Adobe Creative product suite.

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Software in the VLE

Learn how to access Solidworks, HyperChem, TrussAnalyzer, Adobe Creative Cloud, Microsoft Project & Visio software in the VLE.

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Pinned Article What is the VLE and how to get started

Learn how to log into the VLE from your PC, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android devices to be able to access specialized software, such as SolidWorks, Matlab, Adobe Creative Cloud and Microsoft Project and Visio.

Access the Administrative SIS Desktop in the VLE

Learn how to connect to the Administrative Desktop in the VLE.

Access the VLE with Citrix Workspace for Chrome

Learn how to install Citrix Workspace for Windows and connect to the Stevens Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

Access the VLE with Citrix Workspace for Mac

Learn how to install Citrix Workspace for Mac and connect to the Stevens Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

Access the VLE with Citrix Workspace for Windows

Learn how to install Citrix Workspace for Windows and connect to the Stevens Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).

Saving to OneDrive from the VLE

Learn how to save your files to OneDrive while working in the VLE.

VLE information for Mac users

Learn how useful the VLE is for Mac users.

How to Download and Set Up Citrix Receiver on Linux

Downloading Citrix is necessary to use the VLE and is available on all devices. Learn how to download Citrix Receiver on a Linux-based machine. The guide includes adding the certificate.

How to use the VLE on iOS devices

Here are steps on how to use the VLE on iOS devices.

Troubleshooting issues in the VLE

Here are a list of common problems users face when using the VLE, and ways to resolve them.