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Internet Distractions in the Classroom

The New York Times has an interesting article today about internet in the classroom, and the challenge for professors in keeping their students’ attention. Having actually attended a law school that had internet connections in some classrooms, I have to say that it is a mixed blessing. While it does offer distractions, it also was invaluable for searching case law. I welcome comments on this question, particularly from any students who might be sitting in class and reading this blog.

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