This is a little bit off the “beaten path” for this blog, but I thought it was an interesting piece: from “HLS News: An op-ed by Clinical Professor John Palfrey: What is technology’s role?” For the most part, you can substitute the words “law” or “law schools” with “composition and rhetoric” or “literature” or whatever and pretty much get sensible questions and concerns about technology and teaching.
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