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Computer Learning Space ITCC CLC Taskforce. CIO/IT. Current status of CLCs. IT resource constraints. Plan for future CLCs (What is it?) Transformation path (How to get there)?. It is a learning space equipped with computers for student learning and/or instructions.

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Computer learning space itcc clc taskforce

Computer Learning Space

ITCC CLC Taskforce


Cio it
CIO/IT

Current status of CLCs.

IT resource constraints.

Plan for future CLCs (What is it?)

Transformation path (How to get there)?


What it is

It is a learning space equipped with computers for student learning and/or instructions.

It is a comprehensive space with computers for students and/or instructors.

It is a physical space (not a virtual space).

What it is


Types of computer learning spaces
Types of Computer Learning Spaces learning and/or instructions.

Instructional Computer Learning Space

Hybrid Computer Learning Space

Casual Computer Learning Space


Instructional computer learning space
Instructional Computer Learning Space learning and/or instructions.

  • One or more instructional computers with presentation equipment (video projector, screen).

  • Many computers for students.

  • Heavy Instructional use (CS 207, UC 105) – scheduled for classes heavily


Hybrid computer learning space
Hybrid Computer Learning Space learning and/or instructions.

Zero or more instructional computers with presentation equipment (video projector, screen).

Many computers for students.

Medium instructional use (CS 212/CS213), scheduled for classes sometimes.

Heavy use of software systems/tools by students for their homework and projects (CS212/CS213) physically and remotely.

group/individual study area with student computers (CS212/CS213)


Casual computer learning space
Casual Computer Learning Space learning and/or instructions.

Non-instructional Use – group/individual study area with student computers

Computers for general-purpose access.


Issues

Computer Learning Space in peer institutions? learning and/or instructions.

(Learning space design, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative http://www.educause.edu/content.asp?page_id=5521&bhcp=1

http://www.educause.edu/Chapter8.NavigatingTowardtheNext%2DGenerationComputerLab/11906 )

IT resource constraints with CLCs

CLC computer utilization

Technology change

Issues


Plan for instructional computer learning space
Plan for Instructional Computer Learning Space learning and/or instructions.

Consolidation based on purpose and utilization

The spaces with low utilization and cannot be justified from learning needs by the departments can be removed.

Process (Upgrade)

Cycle: 3 years

Upgraded standard configuration: At least same as

faculty desktop each year

3. Procedure

IT/Dept. propose a plan and ITCC

makes an initial recommendation on

prioritization based on current status of computers,

utilizations, and needs of departments, and IT

makes a decision.


Model plan for hybrid computer learning space
Model/Plan for Hybrid Computer Learning Space learning and/or instructions.

Consolidation based on purpose and utilization

The spaces with low utilization and cannot be justified from learning needs can be removed.

Process (Upgrade)

Cycle: 3 years

Upgraded standard configuration: At least the same as

faculty desktop each year

Procedure

IT/Dept. propose a plan and ITCC

makes an initial recommendation on

prioritization based on current status of computers,

utilizations, and needs of departments, and IT

makes a decision.


Plan for casual computer learning space
Plan for Casual Computer Learning Space learning and/or instructions.

Consolidation based on purpose and utilization

The spaces with low utilization and cannot be justified from learning needs can be removed.

Process (Upgrade)

Cycle: 3-4-5 years

Types of upgrades:

-- New PCs: Upgraded standard configuration: same as

faculty desktop each year

-- Relocated PCs: Reuse PCs from other two types of CLSs.

3. Procedure

IT/Dept. propose a plan and ITCC

makes an initial recommendation on

prioritization based on current status of computers,

utilizations, and needs of departments, and IT

makes a final decision.


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