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<h2 align=”center”>The Paperless Classroom at toLearn.net

Doug Anderson and Monica Freiert, Medaille

 

In order to engage digital natives, this sequence of four 200- and 300-level courses in Medaille’s Humanities Department is as paperless as possible.
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<li>In the <strong>creative expression</strong> course, all the students make and edit a video digitally and put it on our course YouTube channel.</li>
<li>In the <strong>business writing</strong> course, the students learn how to use a variety of digital tools to help them thrive in the 21st century workplace.</li>
<li>In the course about <strong>the arts in societies around the world</strong>, the students have a conversation partner in a foreign country with whom they share a wiki on our course web.</li>
<li>In the <strong>content management systems</strong> course, the students make WordPress and Drupal sites.</li>
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<p>The students in all four courses are engaged and attendance is excellent.</p>

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