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-# Screen Devices 
  
-Screen devices include laptops, tablets, phones, smartwatches,​ and other machines with screens. As a general policy in my courses, screen devices are not permitted during class time, unless otherwise stated. Exceptions may also be made for reasons of accessibility and disability. 
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-The cause for this policy is the ample evidence that such devices hinder rather than aid in student learning. 
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-## Bibliography 
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-  * Susan Dynarski, "[For Note Taking, Low-Tech is Often Best](https://​www.gse.harvard.edu/​news/​uk/​17/​08/​note-taking-low-tech-often-best),"​ _Useable Knowledge_ from the Harvard Graduate School of Education (August 21, 2017) 
-  * Reynol Junco, "​[In-class multitasking and academic performance](http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0747563212001926),"​ _Computers in Human Behavior_ 28, no. 6 (November 2012) 
-  * Faria Sanaa, Tina Weston, and Nicholas J.Cepeda, "​[Laptop multitasking hinders classroom learning for both users and nearby peers](http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0360131512002254),"​ _Computers & Education_ 62 (March 2013) 
-  * Cindi May, "​[Students are Better Off without a Laptop in the Classroom](https://​www.scientificamerican.com/​article/​students-are-better-off-without-a-laptop-in-the-classroom/​),"​ _Scientific American_ (July 11, 2017) 
-  * "[The Digital Native Is a Myth](https://​www.nature.com/​news/​the-digital-native-is-a-myth-1.22363),"​ _Nature_ (July 25, 2017)