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References from the Book

Ch. 3 Wordle

Chapter 3: The Millennial Generation

Robin A. Boyle, Generation X in Law School: How these Law Students are Different from those who Teach Them, 56 J. Legal Educ. 281 (2006).

Damon Darlin, Technology Doesn’t Dumb Us Down. It Frees Our Minds., N.Y. Times, Sept. 21, 2008 at BU 4.

Henry Jenkins et al., MacArthur Found., Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century (2006).

Nicholas Carr, Is Google Making Us Stoopid?, Atlantic, July/Aug. 2008, at 63, available at http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/200807/google.

John Lanchester, Log On. Tune Out: Lee Siegel looks at the way the Internet is reshaping American culture – and doesn’t like what he sees, N.Y. Times Book Rev., Feb. 3, 2008, at 10.

Virginia Heffernan, My Wired Youth: Coming of age online – 25 years ago – was more and less than a game, N.Y. Times Mag., Feb. 3, 2008, at 20.

Stephanie Rosenbloom, Generation Me vs. You Revisited, N.Y. Times, Jan. 17, 2008, at E6.

Jeff Leeds, Radiohead Finds Sales, Even After Downloads, N.Y. Times, Jan. 10, 2008, at B1.

Claudia Dreifus, In Professor’s Model, Diversity = Productivity, N.Y. Times, Jan. 8, 2008, at D2.

Caleb Crain, Twilight of the Books: What will life be like if people stop reading?, New Yorker, Dec. 24, 2007, at 139.

Michelle Slatalla, Today, I Think I’ll Be Hippohead, N.Y. Times, May 8, 2008, at E2.

Steven D. Schwinn, Developmental Learning Theory in the First Year: From Regression to Progression, (May 25, 2008).

Louis Rossetto, Good thing we got some stuff right: 2. We foresaw the One Machine, Wired, May 19, 2008, at 175.

Ian Gallacher, 2007, “Who Are Those Guys?:” The Results of a Survey Studying the Information Literacy of Incoming Law Students, 44 Cal. W. L. Rev. (forthcoming).

James B. Levy, A Schema Walks into a Bar… How Humor Makes Us Better Teachers by Helping Our Students Learn, 16 Persp.: Teaching Legal Research & Writing 109 (2008).

Tom Kimbraugh, In-Class Online Legal Research Exercises: A Valuable Education Tool, 16 Persp.: Teaching Legal Research & Writing 112 (2008).

Michael Connery, Youth to Power, How Today's Young Voters Are Building Tomorrow's Progressive Majority (2008).

Michiko Kakutani, Why Knowledge and Logic Are Politically Dirty Words, N.Y. Times, Mar. 11, 2008, at B7.

Anthony Tommasini, A Patience to Listen, Alive and Well, N.Y. Times, Dec. 30, 2007, at AR27.

Janet Rae-Dupree, Innovative Minds Don’t Think Alike, N.Y. Times, Dec. 30, 2007, at BU3.

G. Pascal Zachary, The Risk of Innovation: Will Anyone Embrace It?, N.Y. Times, Jan. 20, 2008, at BU4.

Michelle Slatalla, If You Can’t Let Go, Twitter, N.Y. Times, Feb. 14, 2008, at E1.

Walter Kirn, The Autumn of the Multitaskers, Atlantic, Nov. 2007, at 66.

Eric A. DeGroff, Learning Like Lawyers: Addressing the Differences in Law Student Learning Styles, 2006 B.Y.U. EDUC. & L.J. 499.

Walter Kirn, The Couch Potato Path to a Higher I.Q., N.Y. Times Book Rev., May 22, 2005, at 13.

Mike Madison, Sharing, YouTube, and the Law School Community, Law & Technology, madisonian.net, Mar. 19, 2008.

Steven Johnson, The Long Zoom, N.Y. Times Mag., Oct. 8, 2006, at 50.

Eric Kelderman, Legislators barring electronic distractions, Stateline.org, Feb. 22, 2007.

Lori Aratani, Teens Can Multitask, But What Are Costs? Ability to Analyze May Be Affected, Experts Worry, Wash. Post, Feb. 26, 2007 at A01.

Harvard Univ. Instit. of Politics, The 11th Biannual Youth Survey on Politics and Public Service 3, 9 (2006).

Center for Information Behaviour and the Evaluation of Research (CIBER), University College London, Information Behaviour of the Researcher of the Future (Jan. 11, 2008).

Stuart Elliot, Telling the Heavyweights How to Avoid Extinction, N.Y. Times, Apr. 30, 2008, at C6.

The Pew Research Ctr. For the People & The Press, How Young People View Their Lives, Futures and Politics: A Portrait of “Generation Next”, Jan. 9, 2007.

William Strauss & Neil Howe, Millennials Go to College: Strategies for New Generation on Campus (2003).

William Strauss & Neil Howe, Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (2000).

Gerald F. Hess & Steven I. Friedland, Techniques for Teaching Law (1999).

Mark Bauerlein, The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes Our Future (Or, Don’t Trust Anyone Under 30) (2008).

Christine Rosen, The Myth of Multitasking, New Atlantis, Spring 2008, at 105.

 

 

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