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Instruction Lab Task Force       Marc Vinyard     Mary Ann Naumann        Paul Stenis
Occidental Library
Occidental Lab Infrastructure               • 30 laptops are set-up prior                 to the class               • Lap...
Instructional Advantages•   Furniture can be reconfigured•   Easy for students to work in groups•   There is not “front” l...
SMART Board receives little use
Challenges with the Instructional Lab• Set-up is time consuming• Many faculty and departments external to the  library req...
Computer Lab and Study Space Uses• Students are encouraged to use the projectors  for group projects• Group learning can b...
Business Policy students need PC’s
Technology
What are Ultrabooks?
Tablets
Microsoft Surface Pro Review   http://money.cnn.com/2013/02/05/technology/microsoft-surface-pro-review/index.htmlWindows 8...
Comparison Shopping http://www.apple.com/ipad/compare/ Onlive Desktop App     https://desktop.onlive.com/
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2401371,00.asp
Ultrabooks, ChromeBooks, or Tablets?
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  • less than 0.7 inches thick for laptops with 13.3-inch displays and smaller. Laptops must be less than 0.8 inches thick with 14-inch and larger displays, and less than 0.9 inches thick for convertible tablets. In addition, these types of laptops must run via low-powered Intel processors and boast a battery life of at least five hours. They also need to be able to resume from hibernation in less than eight seconds. These second generation Ultrabooks also require USB 3.0 and a minimum internal transfer rate of 80MB/s for storage. Battery life of at least 5 hoursResume from hibernation in less than 8 secondsCreated by Intel to compete with the MacBook AirRead more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/what-is-an-ultrabook-anyway/#ixzz2LfIwJS7G Follow us: @digitaltrends on Twitter | digitaltrendsftw on Facebook
  • less than 0.7 inches thick for laptops with 13.3-inch displays and smaller. Laptops must be less than 0.8 inches thick with 14-inch and larger displays, and less than 0.9 inches thick for convertible tablets. In addition, these types of laptops must run via low-powered Intel processors and boast a battery life of at least five hours. They also need to be able to resume from hibernation in less than eight seconds. These second generation Ultrabooks also require USB 3.0 and a minimum internal transfer rate of 80MB/s for storage. Battery life of at least 5 hoursResume from hibernation in less than 8 secondsCreated by Intel to compete with the MacBook AirRead more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/what-is-an-ultrabook-anyway/#ixzz2LfIwJS7G Follow us: @digitaltrends on Twitter | digitaltrendsftw on Facebook
  • less than 0.7 inches thick for laptops with 13.3-inch displays and smaller. Laptops must be less than 0.8 inches thick with 14-inch and larger displays, and less than 0.9 inches thick for convertible tablets. In addition, these types of laptops must run via low-powered Intel processors and boast a battery life of at least five hours. They also need to be able to resume from hibernation in less than eight seconds. These second generation Ultrabooks also require USB 3.0 and a minimum internal transfer rate of 80MB/s for storage. Battery life of at least 5 hoursResume from hibernation in less than 8 secondsCreated by Intel to compete with the MacBook AirRead more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/what-is-an-ultrabook-anyway/#ixzz2LfIwJS7G Follow us: @digitaltrends on Twitter | digitaltrendsftw on Facebook
  • Transcript of "Tech options by Paul Stenis"

    1. 1. Instruction Lab Task Force Marc Vinyard Mary Ann Naumann Paul Stenis
    2. 2. Occidental Library
    3. 3. Occidental Lab Infrastructure • 30 laptops are set-up prior to the class • Laptops are stored in a charging cart • Many electrical outlets • Furniture moveable, but limited by the wiring
    4. 4. Instructional Advantages• Furniture can be reconfigured• Easy for students to work in groups• There is not “front” location in the room• Student computers can project images to the screens
    5. 5. SMART Board receives little use
    6. 6. Challenges with the Instructional Lab• Set-up is time consuming• Many faculty and departments external to the library request the facility
    7. 7. Computer Lab and Study Space Uses• Students are encouraged to use the projectors for group projects• Group learning can be noisy
    8. 8. Business Policy students need PC’s
    9. 9. Technology
    10. 10. What are Ultrabooks?
    11. 11. Tablets
    12. 12. Microsoft Surface Pro Review http://money.cnn.com/2013/02/05/technology/microsoft-surface-pro-review/index.htmlWindows 8: 8 things you need to knowhttp://abcnews.go.com/Technology/microsoft-surface-pro-tablet-demand-high-surface- products/story?id=18467064
    13. 13. Comparison Shopping http://www.apple.com/ipad/compare/ Onlive Desktop App https://desktop.onlive.com/
    14. 14. http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2401371,00.asp
    15. 15. Ultrabooks, ChromeBooks, or Tablets?

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