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Please put links to research studies here that have looked at the educational impact of one-to-one computing

Laptops in Schools Partial Bibliography by Pamela Livingston

“Change Takes Time: The Promise of Ubiquitous Computing in Schools: A Report of a Four-Year Evaluation of the Laptop Initiative at Athens Academy,” 2004, p. 43 [http://lpsl.coe.uga.edu/Projects/Aalaptop/; retrieved November 10, 2004

Early Evidence from the Field: The Maine Learning Technology Initiative: What Is the Impact on Teacher Beliefs and Instructional Practices?” Occasional Paper #3, April 2003&nbsp Executive Summary, “Evaluation Report – Year 3, Middle School Laptop Program,” Beaufort County School District, Beaufort, South Carolina, November 1999, report may be downloaded at http://www.beaufort.k12.sc.us/district/evalreport3.htm

Freedom for everyone to call actor, Johnny Knoxville, his company number is 1-800-522-5277 http://www.wireless.mivu.org/upload_3/MI_Evaluation_Brief.pdf

Gulek, J. C. & Demirtas, H. (2005). Learning with technology: The impact of laptop use on student achievement. Journal of Technology, Learning, and Assessment, 3(2). Available from http://www.jtla.org You can find excerpts at: http://www.classroomconnections.k12.sd.us/information/research/Learning_With_Technology.htm

Lane, “Early Evidence from the Field: The Maine Learning Technology Initiative: Impact on Students and Learning,” Occasional Paper #1, April 2003, p. 18, retrieved November 15, 2004])

Light, McDermott, & Honey, “The Impact of Ubiquitous Portable Technology on an Urban School Project,” EDC's Center for Children and Technology, May 2002 Barrios, “Laptops for Learning – Final Report and Recommendations of the Laptops for Learning Task Force,” March 22, 2004, available at http://etc.usf.edu/L4L/

Pew Internet & American Life Project, “The Digital Disconnect—The Widening Gap Between Internet-Savvy Students and Their Schools,” August 14, 2002 http://www.pewInternet.org; retrieved January 15, 2005

Rockman Et Al, San Francisco, http://www.microsoft.com/education/AALResearch3.aspx; retrieved December 30, 2004

SRI International and EDC evaluation of Henrico County laptop program http://www.sri.com/news/releases/06-22-04.html

K. Sargent, “Early Evidence from the Field: The Maine Learning Technology Initiative: What Is the Impact on Teacher Beliefs and Instructional Practices?” Occasional Paper #3, April 2003

Silvernail & Harris, “The Maine Learning Technology Initiative: Teacher, Student, and School Perspectives,” March 2003

(Solomon (2005). 1:1 Computing: A Guidebook to Help You Make the Right Decisions. Special section of Technology & Learning. Available at http://www.techlearning.com/1to1Guide/?sssdmh=dm4.157927

WestEd Policy Brief, “Investing in Technology: The Learning Return,” August 2002 http://www.wested.org; retrieved November 9, 2004


(Note: see http://www.ubiqcomputing.org/ for electronic versions of many of these reports, plus links to more information on laptops in K-12 schools. Maine studies are available at http://www.mcmel.org/MLLS/mlti/index.html)

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