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Combined listing Daily Few times/wk Weekly Rarely Never Home 81.7% 5.1% 2.3% 2.3% 3.4% Apartment Lounge 11.4% 4.6% 1.1% 12.6% 57.1% Friend's house 6.3% 9.7% 13.7% 34.3% 25.1% Coffee Shop 2.9% 5.7% 8.0% 24.6% 50.9% Question 4. Please indicate how much each statement applies to you.My notebook computer is too heavy to carry with me. Number Percentage Strongly agree 27 15.4% Agree 45 25.7% Neutral 26 14.9% Disagree 41 23.4% Strongly disagree 29 16.6% No answer 7 4.0% There is sufficient wireless network coverage on campus. Number Percentage Strongly agree 12 6.9% Agree 52 29.7% Neutral 44 25.1% Disagree 44 25.1% Strongly disagree 17 9.7% No answer 6 3.4% There are sufficient power outlets available on campus. Number Percentage Strongly agree 4 2.3% Agree 30 17.1% Neutral 44 25.1% Disagree 59 33.7% Strongly disagree 27 15.4% No answer 11 6.3% There are sufficient wired network ports on campus. Number Percentage Strongly agree 2 1.1% Agree 26 14.9% Neutral 93 53.1% Disagree 29 16.6% Strongly disagree 12 6.9% No answer 12 7.4% I am concerned about theft or damage to my notebook computer when I bring it to campus. Number Percentage Strongly agree 42 24.0% Agree 73 41.7% Neutral 23 13.1% Disagree 26 14.9% Strongly disagree 5 2.9% No answer 6 3.4% It is convenient to use my laptop in campus lecture halls. Number Percentage Strongly agree 10 5.7% Agree 31 17.7% Neutral 62 35.4% Disagree 54 30.9% Strongly disagree 9 5.1% No answer 9 5.1% Why/Why not reasons given:For \"Strongly Agree\"often I can download lectures and/or research references while class is happening.My laptop helps me take down notes a lot quicker.If there are ppp lectures then i can take notes right on the slide. I take notes faster on a computer and the work for all my classes is done on a computer.I can look up the course webpage, view powerpoint slides instead of printing them, or take notes in a word processor.I can get down notes faster and it saves papers.easier to take notes.because of its sizeFor \"Agree\"Yes, because most have desks, however it might be inconvient for the shortage of outlets in some rooms *cough* Wellman.To take notes from my laptopto quickly write notesThere is usually enough space to use my laptop and this way I have neat notes quick.There are few power outlets.sometimes typing is faster than writing.notes can be typed and saved, it's quicker to type down notes, instead of writing it downNote keeping is easier on my laptop. But I would appreciate internet connection in lecture halls as well.My tablet PC with OneNote makes it very easy to take notes, when there is wierelss in the class room I can google or wiki stuff I need more info on.Would like to see more outlets. If my battery is low then I have to sit in the back of class.It's great for note taking. But the bad part is there is no internet in any of the lecture halls!It is most convenient in locations that receive a strong wireless connection, but I've never remembered to set my laptop up for DHCP connection.Generally, lecturers do not have a problem with students using their laptops. Many, but not all lecture rooms get wireless coverage, which is helpful.Only the lack of power outlets is a problem, but cords could be a trip hazard, and my battery is sufficient to last through classes.Easy access to information. Never able to get Internet.easier notesbecause it's faster than writingBecause it's easy to take notesFor \"Neutral\"would be convenient but my courses (math) require writingWhenever I use my laptop on campus I have never had a problem with any of these.not enough outletsNot appliciablenot always able to keep charged. Very few outlets in classrooms, cord causes trippin hazard.Not all lecture halls have access to the Internet. my or may not get access to internetmy laptop is pretty wide, so its not really made to be brought about except when i really need itLaptops provide unnecessary distraction when trying to focus.In all of my classes, the instructors use powerpoint. So there is no point bringing the laptop to lectures.I prefer not to use my laptop in lecture halls, and I am done taking classes.I never tried so I don't know. I learn better by writing than typing notes.I just would rather write notes than type them.I have an old IBM and it is heavy, large, and the battery only hold for 1hr. If I have a 12' laptop that was light I would take it everywherei have a back injury so i cant carry alot of stuff, and my laptop is heavy to carry when I ahve other books to cart around tooi get distracted because i can access the web while the professor is lecturing.I don't know because I don't normally do so.For \"Disagree\"too heavy to bringToo cumbersome with the tight seating.here's no internet in a lot of campus lecture hallsThere is no point, I can take notes on paper and get other notes from ones the teacher has posted onlinethere is no outlets in some classroomsThere is hardly any room to move for myself much less my laptop.There are very few power outlets. The outlets are on the side walls so I have to sit on an aisle seat, which are not always available, or extend my power cord in front of other studentsThe tables may not fit my laptopthe tables are too small and it is awkward to type in a small placeThe seats are often so narrow and there isn't much space between them.the overall accessablity of power outlets to use it in all lecutures throughout the day is not enough to keep my computer usable all day. ALso, the size of some of the desks and asiles in certain lecutre halls doesn't provide enough room to feel that my computer is stable and secure, especially if people have to pass me to get to other seatsThe desks are too small. (4 responses)The desks are so small, there's really not enough room. Also, I'd need to carry around an extra battery to use it in all my lectures on certain days.some tables are too small to have a lap top on it. Or no power outlet.some of the desks are small for the larger computersSome halls have wireless and power access, others dont which makes it difficult to do worksmall tablessize of tabletopsseats too close together, people bump it alotOften, there is not sufficient wireless coverage, or not a convenient outlet.not enough space in most of the large lecture halls. Classrooms have much more room per individual.Not enough outlets: even if I sit near the edge, most of the time there aren't any outlets.not enough desk space (2 responses)my laptop is loud and has no battery. Laptop too big and power would dieLaptop to heavy or no plugs to plug into.Lack of outlets, small desksIt's just more to carry. Some lecture halls are also a little too cramped.It's just easier to take notes by handin most lecture halls the desks are too small to hold a laptop as big as mine (Dell Inspiron 6000). Also, in most cases the only power outlets are in the back row.I prefer to write my notesI prefer taking written notes.I never use my laptop during lectures because I can write faster than I can typeI don't use my laptop anywhere on campus.i can never find an outlet hassleDon't want to carry it, faster and more convienient for me to take notes by handdo not always get internet Desks are usually not large enough to accommodate a laptop.Desk too small, and my battery life can't make it through lectureCramped desks, lack of outletsa lot of the time, especially in the smaller rooms, it is just so crowded that I do not want to deal with itA lot of class lecture notes require me to draw out structures. I can't do that quickly on my laptop. It's much quicker for me to do it by hand.For \"Strongly disagree\"Wireless is iffy and there is not enough room.Too much to carry, gets you