Title

Display Effectively in the Classroom: Critiquing the Tools

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1995

Abstract

Spencer E. Clough and Mary G. Persyn attended the 1995 Winter Institute sponsored by the American Association of Law Libraries, “Train for Tomorrow: Teaching Research Skills for the 21st Century.” One of the “prices” they had to pay for getting to spend four mid-February days in San Diego, California, was to prepare a written critique of a training tool that they utilized in their own teaching. As it happened, they both chose to examine tools designed to display information to a group of students in a classroom setting. Not only that, but one was “low-tech,” the other “high-tech.” A perfect match, clearly destined for inclusion in our “How To ...” series. Without further ado, we present “The Chalkboard vs. Willow Laptop TV.”--Frank G. Houdek

Comments

Originally published by Perspectives in 1995.

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