Dean has this important notice:
Don’t call it a laptop project….Gary Stager – Ideas and thoughts from an EdTech
It’s not a project or experiment, it’s the primary instrument of the day. On a personal note, having a laptop has been critical in my development as a learner. Not being tethered to a desk allows me to write this blog post while listening to another session, which I’ll blog about later.
Sitting in a Blackboard marketing session, I can appreciate this. I’m working wirelessly on my linux laptop and blogging my notes. Having my OWN laptop — not the institutionally provided model — means I can do anything I want with it. I’m not obligated to support the Official Party Line.
Gotta love it.