The author and his students used Tablet computers in Calculus I and Calculus II classes, providing students with dynamic digital transcripts that they could replay at their convenience. He and his students agreed that these graphic replays provide an effective alternative to the static explanations found in textbooks and in traditional course notes. Two specific examples are given in this paper.
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Hubbard, John R. "Use of Pen-Based Technology in Calculus Courses." InThe Impact of Tablet PCs and Pen-based Technology on Education: Vignettes, Evaluations, and Future Directions, edited by Dave A. Berque, Jane C. Prey, and Robert H. Reed, 81-86. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2006.