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Tuesday
Oct 12th, 2010
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Meeting Room 209A
Pacific Time
Students are increasingly arriving on campus with their own devices, from laptop computers (80% of students reported they have these in the most recent ECAR Survey of Undergraduate Students) to Internet-capable smartphones. Yet, in many cases, campus computing labs remain unchanged, despite their significant cost to operate and support. As our IT services and students become increasingly "wireless," is there still a place for a wired lab on campus?

In this seminar, participants will be challenged to further explore this question, pondering what the future might hold for computing labs on campus. From virtual computer labs to enhanced teaching spaces, participants will be introduced to a wide variety of solutions to the issue and challenged to consider the ramifications for their own institutions.

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#E10_SEM12P we still need to know "what the future of the computer lab is". anybody want to share their thoughts?

#E10_SEM12P was a fabulous session today! the participants were magnificent and very willing to share their experiences.

#E10_SEM12P has the greatest participation and we could have talked about printing issues in computing labs for hours...#educause10

Just about to start The Future of Computing Labs session in 209A #educause10 #E10_SEM12P

Something up with computer labs? My sessions #E10_SEM12P #E10_SESS008. Let's follow this up to look at classroom tech. #educause10


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#E10_SEM12P we still need to know "what the future of the computer lab is". anybody want to share their thoughts?

#E10_SEM12P was a fabulous session today! the participants were magnificent and very willing to share their experiences.

#E10_SEM12P has the greatest participation and we could have talked about printing issues in computing labs for hours...#educause10

Just about to start The Future of Computing Labs session in 209A #educause10 #E10_SEM12P

Something up with computer labs? My sessions #E10_SEM12P #E10_SESS008. Let's follow this up to look at classroom tech. #educause10

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