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2018-03-08 18:59:59.307126+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Bangert: End coming for Netflix, other streaming distractions during Purdue classes?

“I think it’s fair to say that probably, somewhere buried in there, there’s some academic work happening,” Daniels told faculty members. “But you’ll see, this is while someone is teaching. Generously defined, very few of the sites being visited, in the class period in those classrooms, were academic.”

Daniels said he wanted to get faculty thoughts: Was it time for a campuswide policy on browsing non-academic material while a class was in session?

Or they could, you know, ask the teachers to be engaging and relevant?

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