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The Department of Educational Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin provides access to a large number of professional data assessments. We are currently working to transition access to these assessments from rapidly aging software to a more streamlined, web-based infrastructure. While that process is happening, we are leveraging CoE Desktop to provide accessibility to these important tests.


What is CoE Desktop?

CoE Desktop is a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) technology that allows you to access a secure,temporary desktop environment using your web-browser. This environment, and any files in it, is destroyed upon logout.


How do I save my data?

All students at the University of Texas at Austin are allocated 150GB of storage via the UT Box service.  UT Box is considered Category-1 secure for both FERPA and HIPAA data. More info about UT Box is available here


How do I access the assessments using CoE Desktop?

If you don’t already have one, get a UTMail account at


Create a help ticket.

To do this, send an email to Inside of the email include both your UTMail address and your UT EID. Make sure to include your UTMail address inside of the email as well, even if you send the ticket from that email address.


Subject: Request access to EDP Assessments


        My EID is:  EID

        My utmail account is:


You should see an email within one business day to let you know that you’ve been added to the system.


Log into CoE Desktop

After we have provisioned you in the system, go to and login with your UT EID.


  What do I do when I’m done?

You can store your files on your computer. See Accessing Data

Please send a message to if you have any questions or problems!

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