e. Gather computers for the lab from members who are willing to provide a computer or laptop for the
• Consider leaving some of the Ethernet cables open for people who bring their own laptop to the
event. You may also encourage your attendees to bring their own laptops.
• The Family History Department of the Church is unable to supply computers for the events at this
In my opinion, that's very wishful thinking. I feel like it would be a lot of work to get 10 computers loaned, and even more work to manage them all. You have to:
* Find 10 people willing to loan them
* Pick them up
* Keep the computers safe for the time you have them
* Setup a separate user account with restricted privileges so that you don't have to worry about anything malicious being done during the fair
* Make sure you return the proper computer to the right person
And even then, 10 computers likely isn't going to be enough.
Am I blowing this out of proportion? Are there better alternatives?
Perhaps we encourage members to bring their own device (laptop or tablet) and borrow 5-10 computers from members for those attendees that don't have a device.