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Re: CIO Digest - 27 Mar 2008 to 28 Mar 2008 (#2008-75)

From:

Elizabeth Gibson <[log in to unmask]>

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The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv <[log in to unmask]>

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Sat, 29 Mar 2008 10:19:52 -0700

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Hello Don et al

At UCDavis

> 1. What is your student population? 

~32,000

> 2. How many public computer labs do you have, and what is the total 
> number of seats available? (300)

We have 11 computer classrooms (that double as labs when not booked)
plus 3 additional dedicated labs.  For a total of around 620 computers
available to the students and faculty.

The computer classrooms are well utilized.   I can get you some stats if
that would be helpful.

 
> 3. Have you considered eliminating public labs on your campus?  If 
> so, what was your conclusion?

We look at our stats every year - however, we find ourselves in the
opposite direction, where our labs and computer classrooms are being
more and more utilized rather than less and less.  Our surveys show that
until power consumption on laptops becomes more efficient, and until
laptops become lighter, students are not overly interested in hauling
around their laptops to campus all day and so prefer to use the labs.
Many bring their documents/files on a flash drive and just print them in
the labs (they get 90 free pages printed per year).

Best Regards
Liz

======================================
Elizabeth (Liz) Gibson, Director
IET-Academic Technology Services
UCDavis

530-752-3777

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Subject: CIO Digest - 27 Mar 2008 to 28 Mar 2008 (#2008-75)

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Topics of the day:

  1. Computer lab seat ratio? (5)
  2. ARIN's Legacy Registration Services Agreement
  3. Student Retention

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Date:    Fri, 28 Mar 2008 08:41:01 -0400
From:    Bob Gagne <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Computer lab seat ratio?

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York Univeristy has about 50,000 students and about 600 general access 
computers in 6 locations (with our central library counting as one 
location) plus a 50 "seat" virtual lab (deployed using citrix).  There
are 
about 3-4 times that number of machines in faculty/discipline specific 
labs or dedicated teaching labs. 
We also use the labstats software to monitor utilization and have found
it 
to be very useful. 
Student surveys over the past couple of years have shown a steady
increase 
in student laptop ownership (hitting almost 60% BUT only about 20% of 
those regularly bringing those machines to campus. 
We are seeing a drop in lab utilization overall but still have 
oversubscription at peak so we haven't looked at closing any ... yet. 
Bob
-------------
Bob Gagne
Chief Information Officer
York University
4700 Keele St.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
phone: 416-736-5818
fax: 416-736-5830

The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv <[log in to unmask]> 
wrote on 03/27/2008 10:20:41 AM:

> We operate several "public" (meaning "open to all students") 
> computer labs on our campus.  These are general-purpose labs, 
> providing Internet access, word processing (Word, Pages), number 
> crunching (Excel, SAS, SPSS), multimedia editing (simple graphics, 
> iMovie, Photoshop, etc.), and some miscellaneous/course-related 
> apps.  Some of the colleges on campus also run their own labs for 
> program-specific needs (Final Cut editing, for example).
> 
> Occasionally, someone asks questions about these labs.  Do we have 
> enough seats?  Do we have too many seats?  Should we have *any* 
> seats?  It's easy enough to pull usage stats and show that the labs 
> are, in fact, busy.  I'm also curious about what other institutions 
> are offering.  So, if you have public computer labs on your campus:
> 
> 1. What is your student population? (36,000)
> 
> 2. How many public computer labs do you have, and what is the total 
> number of seats available? (300)
> 
> 3. Have you considered eliminating public labs on your campus?  If 
> so, what was your conclusion?
> 
> Thanks.
> --
> Don Rainwater, Assistant Director
> UCit Instructional and Research Computing
> University of Cincinnati
> [log in to unmask]
> 
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<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">York Univeristy has about 50,000
students
and about 600 general access computers in 6 locations (with our central
library counting as one location) plus a 50 &quot;seat&quot; virtual lab
(deployed using citrix). &nbsp;There are about 3-4 times that number of
machines in faculty/discipline specific labs or dedicated teaching labs.
&nbsp;</font>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">We also use the labstats software to
monitor utilization and have found it to be very useful. &nbsp; </font>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">Student surveys over the past couple
of years have shown a steady increase in student laptop ownership
(hitting
almost 60% BUT only about 20% of those regularly bringing those machines
to campus. &nbsp; </font>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">We are seeing a drop in lab
utilization
overall but still have oversubscription at peak so we haven't looked at
closing any ... yet. </font>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">Bob</font>
<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">-------------<br>
Bob Gagne<br>
Chief Information Officer<br>
York University<br>
4700 Keele St.<br>
Toronto, Ontario, Canada<br>
phone: 416-736-5818<br>
fax: 416-736-5830</font>
<br>
<br><tt><font size=2>The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv
&lt;[log in to unmask]&gt;
wrote on 03/27/2008 10:20:41 AM:<br>
<br>
&gt; We operate several &quot;public&quot; (meaning &quot;open to all
students&quot;)
<br>
&gt; computer labs on our campus. &nbsp;These are general-purpose labs,
<br>
&gt; providing Internet access, word processing (Word, Pages), number
<br>
&gt; crunching (Excel, SAS, SPSS), multimedia editing (simple graphics,
<br>
&gt; iMovie, Photoshop, etc.), and some miscellaneous/course-related
<br>
&gt; apps. &nbsp;Some of the colleges on campus also run their own labs
for <br>
&gt; program-specific needs (Final Cut editing, for
example).</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; <br>
&gt; Occasionally, someone asks questions about these labs. &nbsp;Do we
have <br>
&gt; enough seats? &nbsp;Do we have too many seats? &nbsp;Should we have
*any* <br>
&gt; seats? &nbsp;It's easy enough to pull usage stats and show that the
labs <br>
&gt; are, in fact, busy. &nbsp;I'm also curious about what other
institutions
<br>
&gt; are offering. &nbsp;So, if you have public computer labs on your
campus:</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; <br>
&gt; 1. What is your student population? (36,000)</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; <br>
&gt; 2. How many public computer labs do you have, and what is the total
<br>
&gt; number of seats available? (300)</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; <br>
&gt; 3. Have you considered eliminating public labs on your campus?
&nbsp;If
<br>
&gt; so, what was your conclusion?</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; <br>
&gt; Thanks.</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; --</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; Don Rainwater, Assistant Director</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; UCit Instructional and Research
Computing</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; University of Cincinnati</font></tt>
<br><tt><font size=2>&gt; [log in to unmask]</font></tt>
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Date:    Fri, 28 Mar 2008 08:05:12 -0800
From:    Karl Kowalski <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Computer lab seat ratio?

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Our ratio varies as well, depending on how you look at the numbers:

 

We have about 1 computer for every 10 students. That includes ALL the
campus
and local Community Campus labs, and includes ALL campus and Community
Campus students in the mix. 890 computers for 8621 students.  1:10
ratio.

 

The University of Alaska-Fairbanks main campus only: ratio 1:9  578
computers for 5427 Students This number includes both public labs and
labs
that are run by individual schools, colleges or departments.

 

If we talk about Public Labs only:  ratio 1:49  118 computers for 5427
students.

 

We are currently undergoing a study to determine if that quantity of
labs is
necessary on campus or if some sort of consolidation could take place.
There
are currently 52 lab spaces on campus with 6 or more computers in each.

 

Karl

 

Karl Kowalski, Executive Director User Services

Office of Information Technology

University of Alaska

303 Tanana Drive

PO Box 757700, Fairbanks, AK  99775-7700

907-450-8440

http://www.alaska.edu/oit

 


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<p class=3DMsoNormal>Our ratio varies as well, depending on how you look
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<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'color:#1F497D'>We have about 1 =
computer for
every 10 students. That includes ALL the campus and local Community =
Campus
labs, and includes ALL campus and Community Campus students in the mix.
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890
computers for 8621 students. &nbsp;1:10 ratio.<o:p></o:p></span></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'color:#1F497D'>The University of
Alaska-Fairbanks main campus only: ratio 1:9&nbsp; 578 computers for =
5427
Students This number includes both public labs and labs that are run by
individual schools, colleges or departments.<o:p></o:p></span></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'color:#1F497D'>If we talk about =
Public Labs
only:&nbsp; ratio 1:49&nbsp; 118 computers for 5427 =
students.<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal>We are currently undergoing a study to determine if
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that
quantity of labs is necessary on campus or if some sort of consolidation
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could
take place. There are currently 52 lab spaces on campus with 6 or more
computers in each.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal>Karl<o:p></o:p></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal><b><i><span =
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of Information Technology</span><b><i><span style=3D'font-family:"Times
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of Alaska</span><span style=3D'font-family:"Times New =
Roman","serif"'><o:p></o:p></span></p>

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Tanana Drive</span><span style=3D'font-family:"Times New =
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<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Times
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<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Times
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<p class=3DMsoNormal>http://www.alaska.edu/oit<o:p></o:p></p>

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Date:    Fri, 28 Mar 2008 08:23:33 -0800
From:    Steve Smith <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Computer lab seat ratio?

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we need two benchmarks:
1. how do we compare to external benchmarks for computer/student  
ratio in higher ed for similar institutions.
2. baseline for comparing over time to ourselves.

we all need use statistics for the labs.    I'm more interested in  
how much the machines in the labs are being used.
Thanks
Steve
Steve Smith
CITO, UAF, UA
910 Yukon Drive
Fairbanks, Alaska
907 450 8383
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On Mar 28, 2008, at 8:05 AM, Karl Kowalski wrote:

> Our ratio varies as well, depending on how you look at the numbers:
>
> We have about 1 computer for every 10 students. That includes ALL  
> the campus and local Community Campus labs, and includes ALL campus  
> and Community Campus students in the mix. 890 computers for 8621  
> students.  1:10 ratio.
>
> The University of Alaska-Fairbanks main campus only: ratio 1:9  578  
> computers for 5427 Students This number includes both public labs  
> and labs that are run by individual schools, colleges or departments.
>
> If we talk about Public Labs only:  ratio 1:49  118 computers for  
> 5427 students.
>
> We are currently undergoing a study to determine if that quantity  
> of labs is necessary on campus or if some sort of consolidation  
> could take place. There are currently 52 lab spaces on campus with  
> 6 or more computers in each.
>
> Karl
>
> Karl Kowalski, Executive Director User Services
> Office of Information Technology
> University of Alaska
> 303 Tanana Drive
> PO Box 757700, Fairbanks, AK  99775-7700
> 907-450-8440
> http://www.alaska.edu/oit
>
> ********** Participation and subscription information for this  
> EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http:// 
> www.educause.edu/groups/.


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margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, =
sans-serif; ">Our ratio varies as well, depending on how you look at the
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numbers:<o:p></o:p></div><div style=3D"margin-top: 0in; margin-right: =
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style=3D"margin-top: 0in; margin-right: 0in; margin-left: 0in; =
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sans-serif; "><span style=3D"color: rgb(31, 73, 125); ">We have about 1
=
computer for every 10 students. That includes ALL the campus and local =
Community Campus labs, and includes ALL campus and Community Campus =
students in the mix. 890 computers for 8621 students. =A01:10 =
ratio.<o:p></o:p></span></div><div style=3D"margin-top: 0in; =
margin-right: 0in; margin-left: 0in; margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-size:
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11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; "><span style=3D"color: rgb(31,
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73, 125); "><o:p>=A0</o:p></span></div><div style=3D"margin-top: 0in; =
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=
11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; "><span style=3D"color: rgb(31,
=
73, 125); ">The University of Alaska-Fairbanks main campus only: ratio =
1:9=A0 578 computers for 5427 Students This number includes both public
=
labs and labs that are run by individual schools, colleges or =
departments.<o:p></o:p></span></div><div style=3D"margin-top: 0in; =
margin-right: 0in; margin-left: 0in; margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-size:
=
11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; "><span style=3D"color: rgb(31,
=
73, 125); "><o:p>=A0</o:p></span></div><div style=3D"margin-top: 0in; =
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11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; "><span style=3D"color: rgb(31,
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73, 125); ">If we talk about Public Labs only:=A0 ratio 1:49=A0 118 =
computers for 5427 students.<o:p></o:p></span></div><div =
style=3D"margin-top: 0in; margin-right: 0in; margin-left: 0in; =
margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-size: 11pt; font-family: Calibri, =
sans-serif; "><o:p>=A0</o:p></div><div style=3D"margin-top: 0in; =
margin-right: 0in; margin-left: 0in; margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-size:
=
11pt; font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; ">We are currently undergoing a
=
study to determine if that quantity of labs is necessary on campus or if
=
some sort of consolidation could take place. There are currently 52 lab
=
spaces on campus with 6 or more computers in each.<o:p></o:p></div><div
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Date:    Fri, 28 Mar 2008 12:07:29 -0700
From:    Larry Frederick <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: ARIN's Legacy Registration Services Agreement

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All,

It seems that the American Registry for Internet Numbers is "offering" a
Legacy Registration Services Agreement to many of us who obtained IPv4
address ranges prior to 1997 from IANA and/or Network Solutions as a
contractor to IANA.  Of course the original paperwork, if any, has long
ago been lost. Now ARIN is putting forth an onerous contract that would
seem to restrict our rights rather than protect them.  Can any of you
shed some light on this matter?  I've heard that   network people at
some institutions are calling their lawyers.  Thanks

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CIO
University of the Pacific

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<P><FONT SIZE=3D2 FACE=3D"Arial">It seems that the American Registry for
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from IANA and/or Network Solutions as a contractor to IANA.&nbsp; Of =
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Date:    Fri, 28 Mar 2008 12:14:23 -0700
From:    Carmen Rahm <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Computer lab seat ratio?

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If you want to know how much the lab computers are being used, how
they're =
being used, who's using them, etc. ... you should look at LabStats.  I'd
=
give you all the link to our real-time Labstats page, but we don't make
it =
available off site.   Here's the link to the vendors page:
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software to be invaluable at really understanding our lab usage.  Not
only =
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be =
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often, =
etc.   We get stats that let us know what % of our students are using
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400 East University Way
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>>> Steve Smith <[log in to unmask]> 3/28/2008 9:23 AM >>>
we need two benchmarks:
1. how do we compare to external benchmarks for computer/student ratio
in =
higher ed for similar institutions.
2. baseline for comparing over time to ourselves.

we all need use statistics for the labs. I'm more interested in how much
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the machines in the labs are being used.=20
Thanks
Steve

Steve Smith

CITO, UAF, UA
910 Yukon Drive
Fairbanks, Alaska
907 450 8383
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On Mar 28, 2008, at 8:05 AM, Karl Kowalski wrote:


Our ratio varies as well, depending on how you look at the numbers:

We have about 1 computer for every 10 students. That includes ALL the =
campus and local Community Campus labs, and includes ALL campus and =
Community Campus students in the mix. 890 computers for 8621 students. =
1:10 ratio.
The University of Alaska-Fairbanks main campus only: ratio 1:9 578 =
computers for 5427 Students This number includes both public labs and
labs =
that are run by individual schools, colleges or departments.
If we talk about Public Labs only: ratio 1:49 118 computers for 5427 =
students.
We are currently undergoing a study to determine if that quantity of
labs =
is necessary on campus or if some sort of consolidation could take
place. =
There are currently 52 lab spaces on campus with 6 or more computers in
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each.
Karl
Karl Kowalski, Executive Director User Services
Office of Information Technology
University of Alaska
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some sort of consolidation could take place. There are currently 52 l=
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Date:    Fri, 28 Mar 2008 17:22:54 -0400
From:    "McMurtry, Tom" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Student Retention

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We use IQ.Web, the web portal for faculty and students that works with
PowerCAMPUS to track attendance. The data is stored in our PowerCAMPUS
database and is used for reporting purposes.  The next step for us is to
build an early alert report that would be generated daily for students
missing "x" number of classes.  We also use it for financial aid
purposes to verify adult students attended evening courses.

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Montreat College

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Colleagues:

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Are any institutions collecting student classroom attendance data to
help with student retention purposes? Are you using any type of
technology solutions to increase student and faculty awareness/buy-in?
For example, are you using student response systems ("clickers") or ID
card-swipe readers to automate roll calls? Do you use any sort of online
attendance system or student information system to store and analyze
attendance data, with the goal of helping them stay in school and
eventually graduate?

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Bob Lim

Vice President for Information Technology

University of Texas - Pan American

956.381.2014

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I would echo Carmen's comments about LabStats.  We have been running it
on all our labs, and are currently planning to reduce from 7 labs to 4
at one campus as a result of the data..
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We expect to effect similar reductions at our other campus, but have to
convince the respective schools that this is possible.
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Ian McLeod
Director, IT Services
Camosun College
3100 Foul Bay Road
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From: The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Carmen Rahm
Sent: Friday, March 28, 2008 12:14 PM
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Subject: Re: [CIO] Computer lab seat ratio?


If you want to know how much the lab computers are being used, how
they're being used, who's using them, etc. ... you should look at
LabStats.  I'd give you all the link to our real-time Labstats page, but
we don't make it available off site.   Here's the link to the vendors
page:  http://www.computerlabsolutions.com/success/index.php  and some
examples, etc. =20

As I noted earlier, we have found this simple, inexpensive piece of
software to be invaluable at really understanding our lab usage.  Not
only how the computers are being used and who is using them, but we'll
soon be tracking with software applications are being used in each lab,
how often, etc.   We get stats that let us know what % of our students
are using the labs, how often they use them, etc.   =20
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If you want more information, please contact our Project Lead for
Labs/Classrooms (Dave Storla, on copy for this email).  I don't like to
endorse products, but this is worth investigating at twice the price.
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Carmen A. Rahm
Asst. VP for Info. Technology
Central Washington University
400 East University Way
Ellensburg, WA  98926
Direct Phone:          (509) 963-2925
Mobile Phone:         (509) 899-0038
ITS Office Phone:   (509) 963-2333
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>>> Steve Smith <[log in to unmask]> 3/28/2008 9:23 AM >>>
we need two benchmarks:
1. how do we compare to external benchmarks for computer/student ratio
in higher ed for similar institutions.
2. baseline for comparing over time to ourselves.

we all need use statistics for the labs. I'm more interested in how much
the machines in the labs are being used.=20
Thanks
Steve

Steve Smith
CITO, UAF, UA
910 Yukon Drive
Fairbanks, Alaska
907 450 8383
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On Mar 28, 2008, at 8:05 AM, Karl Kowalski wrote:


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	Our ratio varies as well, depending on how you look at the
numbers:
	We have about 1 computer for every 10 students. That includes
ALL the campus and local Community Campus labs, and includes ALL campus
and Community Campus students in the mix. 890 computers for 8621
students. 1:10 ratio.
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	The University of Alaska-Fairbanks main campus only: ratio 1:9
578 computers for 5427 Students This number includes both public labs
and labs that are run by individual schools, colleges or departments.
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	If we talk about Public Labs only: ratio 1:49 118 computers for
5427 students.
	We are currently undergoing a study to determine if that
quantity of labs is necessary on campus or if some sort of consolidation
could take place. There are currently 52 lab spaces on campus with 6 or
more computers in each.
	Karl
	Karl Kowalski, Executive Director User Services
	Office of Information Technology
	University of Alaska
	303 Tanana Drive
	PO Box 757700, Fairbanks, AK 99775-7700
	907-450-8440
	http://www.alaska.edu/oit
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