In “Let’s Ban (Paper) Books,” Marc Prensky asks a provocative question: “Which traditional campus will be the first to go entirely bookless?” Unfortunately, his argument seems to rely more on flash than on substance: the recurring theme in his article is that to do so will “make some institution famous” (he hammers this point home repeatedly, saying it will “ a bold statement,” or ensure that the institution in question “will […] be long remembered”). 741 more words