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PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF ACCESS GRID TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCES IN CLASSROOM AND RESEARCH ENVIRONMENTS Terrance McKnight, James Washington, Nickolas Christopher, Tiki L. Suarez, Ph.D., School of Business and Industry
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Access Grid Technology (AGT) Suite of hardware, software, and tools used to facilitate group-to-group communication and collaboration over the Internet Developed by the Futures Laboratory at Argonne National Laboratory and set up by the National Center for SuperComputing Applications Partnerships for Advanced Computational Infrastructure Alliance Being used to spurn the growth of globalization
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Super Computing Conference ’05: A Case Study Super Computing Conference Internat’l conference on computing, networking, and storage Nov. 2005 in Seattle, Washington Approx. sixty sites featured, all using AG C lasses at FAMU participated in the
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Unformatted text preview: Conference Survey Given to students that participated in SC ’05 Used to gage AG’s use in the classroom and/or for research at FAMU What the surveys consist of: 1. Statements relating to the students’ feelings and intentions regarding the use of Access Grid Technology in the classroom 2. Statements relating to the students’ perceptions of professors’ attitudes toward the Access Grid Technology initiative 3. Statements relating to students’ perceptions of the impact of the Access Grid Technology system 4. Descriptive statements that referred to the students’ overall evaluation of the impact of the Access Grid Technology system Results Test Group What the results were Key Results Conclusion and Future Work Use of the Technology Introduction of the Technology No Limit to Possibilities Questions ?...
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