Examining Computer Configurations: Mini-Labs
Computing Teacher Volume 17, Number 8, ISSN 0278-9175
Describes various configurations of computer equipment that can be used in public schools. Labs with multiple computers, one computer in a classroom, and minilabs (with three or four computers on a mobile cart) are compared for cost effectiveness, cooperative learning possibilities, instructional effectiveness, usage, security, and flexibility. (Three references) (LRW)
Barba, R. (1990). Examining Computer Configurations: Mini-Labs. Computing Teacher, 17(8), 8-10.
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