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Laptops in Class: What Are They Good for? What Can You Do with Them?
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New Directions for Teaching and Learning Volume 101, ISSN 0271-0633

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This chapter describes Clemson University's Laptop Faculty Development Program and its assessment, offering the program as one model for designing faculty development to successfully implement laptop mandates. The chapter also acquaints readers with the many types of in-class, laptop-based activities that meet best-practice criteria for effective teaching.

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Weaver, B.E. & Nilson, L.B. (2005). Laptops in Class: What Are They Good for? What Can You Do with Them?. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 101, 3-13. Retrieved December 12, 2019 from .

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