A Phenomenology of Teaching with Laptop Computers: A Case Study through the Eyes of a Trainer
Teaching with laptop computers (or laptops) is a new phenomenon in educational institutions. A review of the literature shows that laptops are being used as a learning tool from the perspective of how learners use laptops rather than how a trainer uses a laptop as a teaching presentation medium. This research project is the first phenomenological case study on teaching with a laptop from a trainer's perspective; this offers new implications of teaching with laptops and attempts to understand the teaching and learning process when using laptops.
Bao, X. M. (1999). A Phenomenology of Teaching with Laptop Computers: A Case Study through the Eyes of a Trainer. In Hans E. Klein (Ed), Interactive Teaching & the Multi Media Revolution: Case Method and Other Techniques (pp. 43-52). Needhan (Boston), MA: the World Association for Case method Research & Case Method Application.