Professors' office hours are just one of the university mainstays going the way of the chalkboard as technology rewrites the rules of classroom communication, reports the Pittsburgh Business Times. Just before midnight, an eMail popped into Robert Morris University professor Chris Davis' eMail box. It was from a student. When the student did not receive an immediate reply, another eMail arrived 30 minutes later. By the time Davis logged on the following morning, he had four eMails from this student. "A lot of our younger students using technology are used to that instant gratification when they reach out and ping

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