Digital Divide or How going to class with pen and paper is no different from going with a clay tablet

When I went to school (up to ten years ago), we used to take notes with paper and pen. I had to attend a couple of classes in college this winter, and on the first day I obviously showed up with my dear pen and paper. I wouldn’t have felt any different if I had shown up with a clay tablet: almost all the students were taking notes on computers and ipads, and they were all typing so fast! They also took pictures of the board instead of coping it down! For this page I’ve used the We Are Family collection by Echo Park and two vellum pieces from Maggie Holmes Open Book collection.Digital divide 31digitaldividedet3 31digitaldividedet2 31digitaldividedet1

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