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Many textbooks that have CDs also have online versions of the CDs.
Another thing we've done in our Learning Center is to load all CD
programs from our developmental books onto some of our computers. We do
this because we know that there are some students that don't have
computer access at home.

Jess

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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Lau, Ira
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 2:55 PM
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Subject: CD-Rom useage in a computer lab

More and more publishers of text books are including CD-Roms as an =
supplement to their curriculum.  I manage a computer lab in which more =
students are wanting to run these CD-Roms, but our computers, running =
Microsoft XP, have been setup not to allow programs from CD-Roms to run.
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How do your institutions handle the use of CD-Roms from text books?  Are
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there specific set of computers setup to handle this?  If so, are they =
also set up to print, since teachers need proof that students have done
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that work and/or exercises? =20
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We are having difficulty getting a clear solution.  Thanks for your help
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in advance.
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Ira Lau
TLC Computer Lab
Skyline College
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