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Doctor of Education (EdD)
This paper details a complete program evaluation of a high school debate team’s transition from debating with paper to paperless debate. The study examines if switching to debate without paper has improved the success of the debate team by focusing on the team’s winning percentage, the cost of debate travel and participation, as well as the debaters’ views of the ease of debating before and after the paperless transition. The paper concludes that the transition was indeed a success, because it increased the team’s win percentage (though not by a statistically significant margin), saved the team thousands of dollars, and made debate easier for students.
Greenstein, Michael B., "PAPERLESS DEBATE: THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE" (2014). Program Evaluation. 1.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Leadership Commons