Law students and professors continue to quarrel over whether laptops should be allowed in the classroom. While most students are using laptops to take notes, unauthorized usage such as checking e-mail, shopping or playing games in class is rampant, according to one student. Some professors are flat-out banning laptops in the classroom as a result, while others are regulating their usage through wireless Internet blockers, hardware or software.
No Logoff in Fight Over Laptops in Class
The National Law Journal
June 30, 2006
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