Schools are often stuck with obsolete computers—either donated by well-meaning companies and parents, or purchased machines that cannot meet the requirements of current software programs and multimedia projects. These computers still have uses, if you exercise a bit of creativity.

Here are four suggestions:

1. Typing and keyboarding practice. Students cannot use computers effectively without mastering keyboarding skills, so make as many keyboards available as possible.

2. Dumb terminals.


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