The Paradox of Paperless Classes

The Paradox of Paperless Classes

Paula Lackie (Carleton College, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-878289-86-5.ch012
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In just about every field, people are working to cut back resource use while expanding services and productivity. This extends to the teaching of college courses as many schools work to economize and/or technically enhance their liberal arts education. One approach at Carleton College has been the use of the campus computer network to create paperless courses. This chapter is about the method, experience, and important pedagogical aspects of some pioneering courses in the social sciences at Carleton College.

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