Martinez Mateo, Jesus and Muñoz Hernandez, Susana and Perez Rey, David
A Discussion of Thin Client Technology for Computer Labs.
In: "1st International Conference on TechnologyEnhanced Learning ICTEL 2010 (2010)", 29/06/2010 - 31/07/2010, Atenas, Grecia.
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|Title:||A Discussion of Thin Client Technology for Computer Labs|
|Creators Name||Creators email (if known)|
|Martinez Mateo, Jesus||UNSPECIFIED|
|Muñoz Hernandez, Susana||UNSPECIFIED|
|Perez Rey, David||UNSPECIFIED|
|Item Type:||Presentation at Congress or Conference (Article)|
|Event Title:||1st International Conference on TechnologyEnhanced Learning ICTEL 2010 (2010)|
|Event Dates:||29/06/2010 - 31/07/2010|
|Event Location:||Atenas, Grecia|
|Title of Book:||Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on TechnologyEnhanced Learning ICTEL 2010 (2010)|
|Faculty:||Facultad de Informática (UPM)|
|Creative Commons Licenses:||Recognition - No derivative works - Non commercial|
Computer literacy is not negotiable for any professional in an increasingly computerised environment. Educational institutions should be equipped to provide this new basic training for modern life. Accordingly, computer labs are an essential medium for education in almost any ﬁeld. Computer labs are one of the most popular IT infrastructures for technical training in primary and secondary schools, universities and other educational institutions all over the world. Unfortunately, a computer lab is expensive, in terms of both initial purchase and annual maintenance costs, and especially when we want to run the latest software. Hence, research efforts addressing computer lab efﬁciency, performance or cost reduction would have a worldwide repercussion. In response to this concern, this paper presents a survey on thin client technology for computer labs in educational environments. Besides setting out the advantages and drawbacks of this technology, we aim to refute false prejudices against thin clients, identifying a set of educational scenarios where thin clients are a better choice and others requiring traditional solutions.
|Deposited on:||27 Jun 2011 11:52|
|Last Modified:||22 Sep 2014 10:31|
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