With a shiny new Apple MacBook and iPad in the hands of every incoming freshman, the classrooms at Moravian College have become increasingly flooded with technology. Students are taking notes on their computers. Reading journals are kept on laptops, tablets, and cellphones. The incoming classes type fluently and use apps as easily as they breath. But as with any emerging influence in the scholastic pursuits, there is some controversy over the influx of tech into the classroom. Some classes are incorporating technology into assignments and integrating it into the syllabus, while others still require all electronic devices to be put away as class begins. Here are 5 reasons why this love-hate relationship with technology in the classroom is likely to turn to nothing but love.