Fla. school's lab aids students' history project collaborations

12/26/2013 | Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

The Collaborative Learning Lab at the Academy of the Holy Names in Tampa, Fla., is helping students work together on their history projects. The $25,000 lab, which contains interactive projectors and whiteboard tables, allows students to use computer- and Web-based platforms for their presentations and write notes on images cast from the projector with their fingers or pens. Students also have used the lab to participate in the Sally Ride Science EarthKAM program and create a Jamestown colony with the game Minecraft.

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