Yes, students staring at laptop screens while in class may be playing games, checking e-mail or chatting with friends, writes Seattle Post-Intelligencer columnist Monica Guzman. But they also may be looking up unfamiliar terms in Google or Wikipedia or supplementing class notes with online sources. She writes, "To base all students' technological access on the behavior of an irresponsible few is not only lazy, it denies them an opportunity to learn integrity."

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