Teaching with Laptops for the First Time: Lessons from a Social Science Classroom
New Directions for Teaching and Learning Volume 101, ISSN 0271-0633
This chapter describes the experience of two faculty members who implemented laptop technology in a lower-division social science course. The authors focus on the pragmatic issues associated with incorporating this technology into the social science classroom and recommend several strategies and resources.
Granberg, E. & Witte, J. (2005). Teaching with Laptops for the First Time: Lessons from a Social Science Classroom. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 101, 51-59.
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