Over the past few years, the wireless connections on the University of Colorado's Boulder campus have increased from about 15 percent to 85 percent of campus. And while many professors are grateful for the expanded internet coverage, they are also grappling with new classroom rules to make sure students are staying on task, reports the Daily Camera. When students hide behind their laptop screens, it's hard to tell whether they are Googling material related to the course and taking notes, or if they're blogging, shopping, instant messaging, or playing games. Rules vary across CU classrooms: Some teachers have laptop bans...

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