Welcome to our forum! Like Athena springing forth from Zeus's head, this forum is the brainchild (though not as literal) of a series of e-mails beginning with Paul Kellermann's link to a paperless classroom at John Carroll. You can read that teacher's blog here: http://www.teachpaperless.com. I thought it might be an interesting idea to see what interested parties at MSJ do. What parts of your class are paperless? Are there technological means by which you can see yourself using fewer reams of paper? What are the obstacles, technological or aestethically, to going paperless?
I can't wait to see where this goes. Our last discussion on this topic was thought-provoking, to say the least.