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May 08, 2003

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Larry Porter

What evidence do you have that supports claims that student learning is enhanced when a faculty laptop program is in place? Perhaps evidence that you have is from other institutions prior to your implementation of the program. Thanks.

Larry Porter, PhD
Instructional Designer
Educational Technology Center
South Dakota State University
Pugsley Center 101
Box 2218A
Brookings, SD 57007
605-688-5952 (voice)
605-688-6317 (fax)

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