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Profits and Pitfalls: Thoughts on Using a Laptop Computer and Presentation Software To Teach Introductory Social Statistics
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Teaching Sociology Volume 26, Number 3, ISSN 0092-055X

Abstract

Provides an overview of the issues associated with using a laptop computer and presentation software during lectures. Illustrates from authors' experience, as well as end-of-semester grades and student evaluations. Concludes that computer presentations can act as useful tools in courses like social statistics and methods. (DSK)

Citation

Wilmoth, J. & Wybraniec, J. (1998). Profits and Pitfalls: Thoughts on Using a Laptop Computer and Presentation Software To Teach Introductory Social Statistics. Teaching Sociology, 26(3), 166. Retrieved January 27, 2020 from .

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