Looking for Case Studies
jlhartman at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 06:12:47 GMT 2008
I am currently in the middle of deploying an Open Learning Lab with Edubuntu
at my school (as I know are a few others on the list) so I don't have a lot
of answers for you at this point. Give me a month or so and hopefully that
will change. You can see what I've done for adding Edubuntu MiniLANs to
individual classrooms from my presentation slides at hartmanbot.com though.
This is something I've been rolling out since about October and the slides
tell the story down to the rough budget. The situation at my school is
probably different from your site as I am forbidden from touching anything
inside of the walls and had to get creative with servers and clients, but
you'll see what I mean on the slides. Let me know if you get a questionnaire
together or need further clarification. Cheers! -joe
From: "Alexander Hanff" <core.ldf at gmail.com>
> To: edubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2008 13:45:26 +0000
> Subject: Looking for Case Studies
> I am currently working on my final year project for my degree and I am
> doing a feasibility study for a local client on setting up an Open Learning
> Lab using Thin Clients, Edubuntu and LTSP.
> I would like to present some case studies as supplementary research to
> support the study so I am looking for anyone who has deployed a similar
> project in schools and training centres (or training departments in a
> business) to tell me about their experience. Information I would like is as
> Initial Goals of your Project.
> Budget (if possible, I know this might be construed as sensitive data).
> Size of deployment (number of thin clients, servers, network equipment).
> Hardware Specification for above.
> Training Needs (to use the new system)
> Pit Falls (did you have any problems which were not anticipated during the
> project plan)
> Was the project successful (did you meat your original goals, if you had
> to make compromises where were they and what was the overall effect)
> Any other data which you may feel is important, please feel free to
> You can either email on core.ldf at gmail.com or just reply to this list (as
> I am sure the info will be useful to others in the project planning stage)
> I may setup an online questionnaire later this week as well for people to
> Thanks for your time.
> Alexander Hanff
> University of Cumbria
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