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June 26, 2009
A survey of university "Netiquette" policies relating to classroom laptop use
The Chronicle of Higher Ed has compiled a helpful survey of university policies regarding student laptop use in the classroom. While the policies described may not necessarily reflect the prevailing practice at most schools, the ones included (as well as the reader comments) emphasize either limits on laptop use or an outright ban.
As the article points out, other schools focus instead on helping professors make better use of laptops as teaching tools.
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