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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

Instructional Computer Learning Space

Hybrid Computer Learning Space

Casual Computer Learning Space


Instructional computer learning space

Instructional Computer Learning Space

  • 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

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

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

Computers for general-purpose access.


Issues

Computer Learning Space in peer institutions?

(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

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

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

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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