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While observing the lab at DeVry in room 128 I have been able to give an observation on the room layout There are 128 computers in the lab while the carpet color is mixed with blue gray violet and tan There are 4 printers in which everyone shares The windows on the east side of the lab are facing the outdoors were the students are able to look out if they choose The north wall has an entrance to the lab assistants office The south wall does not have anything but a bulletin board with nothing posted on it There are two doors to come in and out of the lab both on the west side of the lab The room is bright because it has plenty of lights I can hear students talking about their assignments that they are working I can also hear quite a bit of typing going on in the lab The lab smells like a doctors office to me Everyone in the lab has his or her own kind of responsibility The lab assistants responsibility is to assist anyone that is having technical difficulties with their computer or printer In my observation it seems to me as if they are trying to hide most of the time One of the assistants are working on the computer doing homework while the other two are in the back of their office talking The teachers responsibilities is to make sure that the students know their curriculum and if they do not to put them back on track Most of the teachers that I see are doing this by walking around the students in their class and observing them or asking them if they need some sort of assistance on the project that they are working on The teachers are also being somewhat sociable which I fell is a good thing that they are able to interact with their students The students responsibility is
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