Undertaking computer laboratory work

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Computer laboratory work, on this Wiki, includes laboratory work in which the only tools in use are a computer and software. For other laboratory work see Undertaking laboratory work. Examples of computer laboratory work include: labs using Statistical Analysis Software, Numerical Analysis Software or a Computer Algebra System. You may find it useful to consider the the challenge of Programming, possibly outside of a lab environment.

Students who rely on particular equipment, support and/or working methods when reading, writing, notetaking, working in groups, using a computer, communicating or being assessed may find that these strategies are compromised in a computer laboratory environment and that alternative strategies are needed.

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