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e-Readers in the Classroom?

In the Fall term of 2009, Princeton conducted a pilot sponsored by the High Meadows Foundation, the University Library, and the Office of Information Technology, to assess the use of e-readers in the classroom. The...

Clickers in the Classroom

At OIT’s Lunch ‘n Learn seminar on February 7, Janet Temos, the Director of OIT’s Educational Technologies Center and Joshua Rabinowitz, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, demonstrated the use...

Visualizing Spatial Information in the Classroom

GIS, just another three letter acronym, or an integral part of research and teaching? Today, when students need spatial information, they no longer turn first to paper maps. Rather, they use web browsers to search...

Do Lots of Professors Ban Computers?

June Entman, the law professor at Memphis University who banned laptops from her classroom, said in an e-mail message to The Chronicle this week that she’s not alone in taking a stand against computer use...

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