As for laptop use, shouldn’t this be a matter decided by law profs and their students on a class by class basis, even perhaps on a day by day basis? If so, law profs might want to read Kevin Yamamoto’s (South Texas College of Law) article, Banning Laptops in the Classroom: Is it Worth the Hassles? [SSRN]. Yamamoto argues that laptops should be banned unless their use aids the learning process.
Law Librarian Blog: Banning Laptops in the Classroom: Is it Worth the Hassles?
This just isn’t going to go away. The referenced article looks fascinating and I’ll certainly give it a read.
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