When it comes to using technology to foster education, the prevailing wisdom has been that more is better. But one college dean has found success in using technology outside of the classroom, while taking a low-tech approach during class, Newsweek reports. José Bowen, dean of the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University in Texas, wants his faculty to "teach naked," meaning without the aid of any machines. "Just because you have a PowerPoint presentation doesn't mean you have a good lecture," he argues. Classroom time should be reserved for discussions with the professor, aimed at teaching students...

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