Discussion Forum 2 - Gabriel A. Godart

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Computer concepts and applications 2010-04-CIS-107-OL009 Discussion Forum 2 Gabriel A. Godart Thomas Edison State College. Ethics and Issues 4-4. (p. 214) Are notebooks computers too distracting in the classroom? Why? Should instructors, departments, or entire schools be able to ban notebook computers in the classroom? Why or why not? What are proper or improper uses of notebook computers in the classroom? Why? Is the use of a notebook computer more of a distraction than taking notes or doodling in a notebook pad during class? Why or why not? In my opinion, notebook computers are a distraction in the classroom. Although I am very fond of technology, I believe that a classroom is the place where students interact with one another and their professors. The use of notebook computers could bring a risk of isolation and students who type verbatim what is said in class into their notes aren't giving themselves any time to absorb and analyze. (Michael Krauss, n.d.) Two years ago, Carrie B. Fried, a psychology professor at Winona State University in
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2011 for the course CIS 107 taught by Professor Denis during the Spring '10 term at Thomas Edison State.

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