This website reports on an experimental version of a Concurrent Programming course done at Drexel University in Fall, 2001. The experiment used a group-discussion oriented computer lab built with commodity IT and support: wireless network laptops, whiteboards, computer projectors with a course web management system, Windows, and Java. Although lecture notes from a conventional version of the course were provided, lecturing was kept minimal. We report on the experiences and outcomes from the inaugural usage of the Drexel group lab.