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E-readers do save paper, but at the cost of convenience to students. Princeton's recent pilot of e-readers in the classroom is described in two reports on the pilot's findings. In the longer version, students comment on their experiences, their printing habits and what features e-readers need to work well in higher education.
The three courses chosen for the e-reader pilot include a course on "Civil Society and Public Policy," one on "U.S. Policy and Diplomacy in the Middle East," and "Religion and Magic in Ancient Rome." Click below for more information.