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Wireless in the Classroom? Advice on Policies and Strategies

Posted by on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 in News.

CFT educational technologist Rhett McDaniel has written a “teaching guide” on wireless Internet access in the classroom.  Most students at Vanderbilt have a laptop, netbook, or smart phone that lets them access the Internet provided they have a Wifi signal.  Should instructors encourage this during class?  Should they discourage it?  How can a wireless classroom benefit instruction without distracting students?  Rhett’s guide offers advice on setting wireless policies and strategies for teaching in a wireless classroom.

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