- @RMoeJo Absolutely. To a major degree Trump is the result of a terrible American tv news culture. 3 hours ago
- "The ideal CNN story is a baby down a well, while the ideal Fox story is probably a baby thrown down a well by a Muslim terrorist..." 3 hours ago
- "This is a horrible thing to have to say about one's own country... America is now too dumb for TV news." @mtaibbi rollingstone.com/politics/news/… 3 hours ago
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Last month the EDUCAUSE media team asked me two really good questions during a video interview: where is the greatest inequality in higher education, and what keeps my optimism going? I answered in just over 3 minutes.
Earlier this week I was interviewed on Milwaukee public radio. Mitch Teich asked good questions, and we covered a lot of ground in just under 20 minutes. We discuss queen sacrifices, the recent Japanese move against the humanities and social sciences, … Continue reading
A representative of Marquette University interviewed me for a Medium article. Joe DiGiovanni asked good questions, and expanded the discussion into a nice profile.
The New Media Consortium and I hosted a panel discussion about Competition from New Models of Learning. Four amazing people explored this concept from very different perspectives and with tremendous energy. It was all I could do to keep up. … Continue reading
I discuss the future of higher education on The Pulse, the Inside Higher Ed podcast. In this month’s edition, Bryan Alexander of the New Media Consortium discusses the future of higher education, the role of technology, and issues such as the … Continue reading
Penn State’s splendid Center for Online Innoation in Learning (COIL) hosted me for a campus visit this September. There they interviewed me about higher education’s near- and medium-term future. Larry Ragan and I touched on alternatives to higher education, collaboration … Continue reading
How will we use digital technologies differently if we boost broadband speeds and access? Will faster connections change the way we live? The Pew Research Internet Project canvassed a bunch of us for our thoughts. Respondents generally noted similar themes, … Continue reading