Students Get High-Tech Improvements - 7/8/06
Trinity's largest computer lab just got an upgrade. During the first week of July, computer services installed 41
Sony 17" flat panel monitors in the main classroom building. The purchase was well worth it, explained Tim Bakker,
who works for ProviNET Solutions, the company that supplies Trinity's software. Bakker said the new monitors are more
energy efficient and don't radiate heat. That will reduce Trinity's energy and cooling costs and be more environmentally
friendly. Bakker also said the monitors are easier on the eyes so viewing is less strenuous. "We have already received
compliments from visiting students this summer," said Kevin Jacobs of computer services. "It provides our lab with a
more professional feel."