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The Effects of Using a Tablet PC on Teaching and Learning Processes

@inproceedings{Chen2008TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Using a Tablet PC on Teaching and Learning Processes},
  author={Fang Chen and James Sager and Gail Corbitt and Kent Sandoe},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2008}
}
This study compares the use of a Tablet PC in teaching with the use of an earlier generation of presentation technologies (e.g. overhead projectors, blackboards, PowerPoint) that are an integral part of a traditional classroom learning environment. Presentation technologies are used to facilitate instruction and learning by performing three major pedagogical functions: (1) demonstrating the process of problem solving; (2) providing visual aids; and (3) keeping a record of instructional content… Expand
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