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Wednesday
Oct 13th, 2010
2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Ballroom D
Pacific Time
At first blush, sustained support for public computing labs would seem to be as close to a "no brainer" as is possible in the IT space. Students love them, judging by the amount of time they spend in them. At U. Va., however, we are entering the second year of a three-year project to retire the public computing labs in favor of a virtualized lab model. We are actively closing labs and reducing the number of seats available. In this session, we will discuss the reasons behind this decision, the challenges that it poses, and the reactions of students and faculty to this change.
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#E10_PCP03 #EDUCAUSE10 Important takeaway from this session was to focus on mobility not cost containment.

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#E10_PCP03 fun in the shark tank with virtual lab change challenges @ Virginia http://itc.virginia.edu/org/reports/labstransition.html

#E10_PCP03 Room is packed for James HIlton's In the Hotseat session on phasing out computing labs.

#e10_pcp03 how do you choose which faculty requested applications you provide for classroom use on the virtualized infrastructure?

#E10_PCP03 Lots of folks here for James Hilton's hot seat on phasing out computer labs


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#E10_PCP03 #EDUCAUSE10 Important takeaway from this session was to focus on mobility not cost containment.

This content have been flagged for review. Our moderators will review this content as soon as possible.

#E10_PCP03 fun in the shark tank with virtual lab change challenges @ Virginia http://itc.virginia.edu/org/reports/labstransition.html

#E10_PCP03 Room is packed for James HIlton's In the Hotseat session on phasing out computing labs.

#e10_pcp03 how do you choose which faculty requested applications you provide for classroom use on the virtualized infrastructure?

#E10_PCP03 Lots of folks here for James Hilton's hot seat on phasing out computer labs