The Death Of The Computer Lab

The Death Of The Computer Lab

Traditional college computer labs are being phased out in favor of more flexible work spaces.

Dan Gould
  • 23 december 2009

Computer labs have been a staple of colleges and other institutions of learning for quite some time.

But the static rooms filled with rows of computers are seen as an archaic setup now that most  of students own laptops.

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