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Electronic Classrooms and Buildings of the Future

Saturday, January 1, 2000

Abstract

How many universities and colleges have adequate high technology classrooms and student learning spaces to meet current demands ? With the exponential growth in the use of the Internet and multimedia to support enhanced instructional delivery, student learning, and research; there never seems to be enough high technology facilities available to meet the needs of faculty and students. A critical issue facing our campuses is planning, developing, and supporting new high technology facilities to meet critical demand for teaching innovation, research, and student learning. This session will examine and discuss current issues, problems, and trends related to developing and supporting new high technology classrooms, labs and student learning spaces.

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