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We’re college students. We wake up in the morning and start our day checking our email on our phones. Then we get dressed, go to class and open our laptops to the lecture slides our professors posted on Blackboard the night before. We check Facebook at some point or two or three. We send text messages. In the library, we do our reading assignments online and write our papers on Word. Maybe we’ll unwind with a YouTube video or a few minutes on Reddit before we go to bed.

We’re hooked up to our electronics 24/7, and more than a third of us can’t go more than 10 minutes without checking some type of “digital technology,” according to a story published in Wired magazine last year. And yet, surprisingly, some students want their studies to remain low-tech and their textbooks in print.
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