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Should Laptops be Allowed in University Classrooms?
Laptops should be allowed in the classroom.
The use of laptops and other devices is already an integral part of today's education experience. The clock cannot be turned back on this reality.
Laptops allow students with learning preferences and requirements different from those encouraged by traditional means to thrive without interfering with the learning of those who do not use laptops.
Laptops are an easy method for students to organize their work. Allowing students to use a laptop makes it easier to keep all work in one place and frees up time for studying or other activities.
Laptops allow for better note-taking.
There is little support for a laptop ban in classrooms among students.
Laptops allow for more effective and engaging forms of tuition.
Laptops have the side effect of teaching students how to be productive with computers.
Adult students who pay for the education they receive should be able to make the decision of whether they want to use laptops in class on their own.
Laptops distract their user from the classroom lecture.
The use of laptops in class negatively correlates with students' academic success.
Laptops can be distracting to other students as well as the teacher.
The use of laptops in classrooms impedes students' learning.
Laptops are either expensive for the school or for the student; requiring money that may be more critically needed elsewhere.
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