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  1. Campus Computing SitesPublic LabsComputing Clusters…. in a BYOD World CMU Duke Michigan Princeton

  2. What they were • Access to: • Personal computers • Productivity applications • Printing • Some specialized applications and tools • Rows of “personal” computers • Room of computers for instruction • Became Collaboration and Social Spaces

  3. Wean Cluster: Before

  4. What they are • Collaboration and Social Space • Quick convenient access… kiosks • Access to • Faster computers than laptops • Machines with larger screens • Printing • Specialized Applications • Adaptive Technology • Electricity • Access for the have-nots • Parallel Service: Virtual Access to Specialized Applications • Magnitude of Spaces • Most have shrunk the “rows” model… some substantially • Most have shrunk the classrooms with computers

  5. Wean Cluster: After

  6. What they shallbe • Collaboration and Social Space • Collaboration pods with access to • Large displays and keyboards • Very large displays (wall size) for collaboration • Printing… poster, 3D • Adaptive technology • Tools • Electricity • Specialized Labs • Visualization stations • Video and audio production • Not spaces with rows and rows of computers

  7. In General… • Space that facilitates collaboration • Access to specialized equipment, applications and service it’s difficult to acquire and/or carry • Access to specialized spaces/labs