Interviews in various media:

“Futurist: Time to re-think higher education”: Prairie Public News, May 2019.

“Here’s How Higher Education Dies”: interviewed about peak higher education. The Atlantic Monthly, by Adam Harris, June 2018.

“Higher ed tech futurist Bryan Alexander intersects leadership, connectivity, globalization”.  First episode of the Rural Futures Podcast, June 2018.

In “Predicting 2017’s Legacy What happened this year that will still matter in 2022? Digital learning experts weigh in.”  Inside Higher Ed, by Mark Lieberman, December 13, 2017.

Profile by the Connected Learning Alliance, Howard Rheingold, 2016.

“Not All 21st Century Skills Are Technologically Related”, Hundred, June 29, 2016.

(Interviewed by Corinne Ruff) “Does Technology Ever Reduce the Costs of Teaching?” Chronicle of Higher Education, January 26, 2016.

“La tecnología ha derribado las puertas de las aulas”, on the Tiching blog, March 9, 2015.

The Pulse podcast, on major trends driving the future of education, February 2015.

(interviewed by Benjamin Luce) “Speaking Personally—With Bryan Alexander”, The American Journal of Distance Education, 28:207–214, 2014. DOI: 10.1080/08923647.2014.926471

MOOCs, Hype, and the Precarious State of Higher Ed. DML, 2013.

Video interview by Howard Rheingold, on new developments in teaching with technology.  DML, 2012.

On The New Digital Storytelling, Blogcritics, 2011.

On storytelling and futurism, “What’s keeping you from inventing the future?”, Andy Havens and Tom Storey, OCLC NextSpace, 2011.

Bryan Alexander on Mobile Devices in Higher Education“.  Educause Conversations, spring 2011.

Connect@NMC: Talking Emerging Technologies With Bryan Alexander“, New Media Consortium online interview, 2009.

Post-keynote interview, Penn State Teaching, Learning, and Technology Symposium, 2007.

Howard Rheingold, “M-Learning 4 Generation Txt?” (Interview with Bryan Alexander), The Feature, November 4, 2004. (archived)

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