[caption id="attachment_43055" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Weber State students have learned that collaborating for a group paper is more convenient online, but handheld flash cards are superior to any prompting system on their tablets."][/caption]

Jeff Tuverson appreciates the option of hitting "pause" when his Weber State University instructor says something confusing. But he also likes being able to ask questions in a live classroom setting.

"With an actual lecture, you can't pause the instructor while you think about what he said," said Tuverson, 24 and a zoology major. "And you can pause a virtual lecture, but...

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