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Carlea Holl-Jensen||cholljen@umd.edu


HCIL-2003-34

Golub, E. (September 2003)
Using the BIRD Note-taking System During In-Class Presentations: An Example in an HCI Class
HCIL-2003-34, CS-TR-4684

Computer-based presentation systems can be a powerful tool for faculty in the classroom. Computer note-taking systems can be a powerful tool for students. This paper explores the idea of faculty using a computer note-taking system during student presentations to support interaction, evaluation and feedback. A note-taking system designed with students in mind is introduced. Its use as a faculty tool is then discussed within the context of a presentation assigned to student teams in an undergraduate course on Human-Computer Interaction. This technique can be extended to a wide variety of student presentation assignments.


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