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Friday
Oct 15th, 2010
9:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Meeting Room 204B
Pacific Time
The University of Washington is transitioning to a new model of student computing that reduces the number of general-access computing centers while developing new spaces and services to support students' use of laptops and netbooks on campus. In this presentation, we will share research findings, recommendations, new solutions, and lessons learned.


Meeting room furniture provided by Herman Miller

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I've posted several resources: my presentation slides, a copy of our student survey, and a link to our campus report on learning spaces.

#E10_SESS136 Laptop charging stations--lockers with power where students can leave their laptops to charge. Intriguing idea.

#E10_SESS136 STUDENT NO BRING LAPTOP TO CAMPUS! WHY NOT! PUNY HUMAN NOT CARRY EXTRA 5 POUND!

RT @EDUCAUSE_HULK: #E10_SESS136 STUDENT NO BRING LAPTOP TO CAMPUS! WHY NOT! PUNY HUMAN NOT CARRY EXTRA 5 POUND!

#E10_SESS136 How well will the mesh on these seats hold up in a public space?


Comments

I've posted several resources: my presentation slides, a copy of our student survey, and a link to our campus report on learning spaces.

#E10_SESS136 Laptop charging stations--lockers with power where students can leave their laptops to charge. Intriguing idea.

#E10_SESS136 STUDENT NO BRING LAPTOP TO CAMPUS! WHY NOT! PUNY HUMAN NOT CARRY EXTRA 5 POUND!

RT @EDUCAUSE_HULK: #E10_SESS136 STUDENT NO BRING LAPTOP TO CAMPUS! WHY NOT! PUNY HUMAN NOT CARRY EXTRA 5 POUND!

#E10_SESS136 How well will the mesh on these seats hold up in a public space?