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Chapter 7: The Promise of Technology

Geoffrey Christopher Rapp, Can You Show Me How To…? Reflections of a New Law Professor and Part-Time Technology Consultant on the Role of New Law Teachers as Catalysts for Change, 58 J. Legal Educ. 61 (2008).

Rogelio Lasso, From the Paper Chase to the Digital Chase: Technology and the Challenge of Teaching to 21st Century Law Students, 43 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1 (2002).

Seth Schiesel, Former Justice Promotes Web-Based Civics Lessons, N.Y. Times, June 9, 2008, at B7.

Diana R. Donahoe, Click Here, E-Scholars, Legal Times, Sep. 3, 2007, at 28.

Diana R. Donahoe, Laptops for Learning, Res Ipsa Loquitur (Fall/Winter 2007), at 55.

Mark R. Nelson, E-Books in Higher Education: Nearing the End of the Era of Hype?, Educause Rev., Mar./Apr. 2008, at 40.

Edward Rothstein, We Hold These Truths to Be User-Accessible and in Hypertext, N.Y. Times, Apr. 12, 2008, at B7.

Participatory Media Literacy.

Jeremiah K Owyang et. al, Online Community Best Practices (2008).

David Pogue, Gadget Fans, Take Note: An Update of Pen on Paper, N.Y. Times, May 8, 2008, at C9.

Anthony Grafton, Future Reading: Digitization and its discontents, New Yorker, Nov. 5, 2007, at 50.

John Willinsky, What open access research can do for Wikipedia, First Monday: Peer Reviewed Journal on the Internet (2007).

Franklyn Prescod & Linying Dong, Learning Style Trends and Laptop Use Patterns: Implication for Students in an IT Business School, 23 Proc ISECON 3543 (2006).

Pat-Anthony Federico, Learning styles and student attitudes toward various aspects of network-based instruction, 16 Computers in Human Behavior 359 (2000).

W.M. Reed et al., Computer experience, learning style, and hypermedia navigation, 16 Computers in Human Behavior 609 (2000).

Catherine Ross Dunham, Stretching Toward the Future: A View of Laptop Computers from Both Sides of the Screen, Law Teacher, Spring 2007, at 1.

Jill Schachner Chanen, Profs Kibosh Students’ Laptops, A.B.A. J., Nov. 2007, at 16.

Educause Learning Initiative, 7 things you should know about Wikis, July 2005.

Brian Lamb, Wide Open Spaces, Wikis Ready or Not, Educause, Sept./Oct. 2004, at 36.

Kevin R. Parker & Joseph T. Chao, Wiki as a Teaching Tool, 3 Interdisciplinary J. E-Learning & Learning Objects 57 (2007).

Kassandra Barnes et al., Teaching and Learning with the Net Generation, Innovatae: J. Online Educ., Apr./May 2007.

Linda B. Nilson & Barbara E. Weaver, Enhancing Learning with Laptops in the Classroom, New Directions for Teaching & Learning, Spring 2005, at 1.

Linda L. Briggs, Web Technology Boosts Writing Performance at Alhambra USD, T.H.E. J., Jan. 2008.

Joe Nocera, A Tight Grip Can Choke Creativity, N.Y. Times, Feb. 9, 2008, at B1.

James Efaw et al., Miracle or Menace: Teaching and Learning with Laptop Computers in the Classroom, Educause Quarterly, Fall 2004, at 10.

Michael Trimmel & Julia Bachmann, Cognitive, Social, Motivational and Health Aspects of Students in Laptop Classrooms, 20 J. Computer Assisted Learning 151 (2004).

Jacob Hale Russell & John Jurgenson, Fugue for Man & Machine, Wall St. J., May 5, 2007, at P1.

Winnie Hu, Seeing No Progress, Some Schools Drop Laptops, N.Y. Times, May 4, 2007, at A1, A23.

Maia Ridberg, Professors want their classes “unwired”, Christian Sci. Monitor, May 4, 2006, at 16.

Cristina Silva, Some colleges crack down on laptop use in classroom: Teachers say it distracts from class participation, Boston Globe, June 10, 2006, at B1.

Bruce Stewart, Technology for blocking wireless signals spreads, CNN.com, Mar. 19, 2001.

Noam Cohen, A Contributor to Wikipedia Has His Fictional Side, N.Y. Times, Mar. 5, 2007, at C5.

Tracy L. McGaugh, Laptops in the Classroom: Pondering the Possibilities, 14 Persp.: Teaching Legal Research & Writing 163 (2006).

Vivek Bhatnager, B-Schools in Second Life: It’s more than just Fun and Games; It’s the Confluence of Playing, Learning and Working, The Sloan Consortium (2008).

Paul L. Caron & Rafael Gely, Taking Back the Law School Classroom: Using Technology to Foster Active Student Learning, 54 J. Legal Educ. 551 (2004).

Kristin B. Gerdy et al., Expanding Our Classroom Walls: Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Technology, 11 Legal Writing 263 (2005).

Craig T. Smith, Technology and Legal Education: Negotiating the Shoals of Technocentrism, Technophobia, and Indifference, 1 J. Ass’n Legal Writing Directors 247, (2001).

Amy E. Sloan, Erasing Lines: Integrating the Law School Curriculum, 1 J. Ass’n Legal Writing Directors 3 (2001).

 

 

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