The Chronicle profiles a dozen people doing some of the most innovative work at the intersection of technology and higher education. Articles by Jeff Young, Jennifer Howard, Nick DeSantis, and myself. I tell the stories of Carnegie Mellon’s Candace Thille (Treating Higher Ed’s ‘Cost Disease’ With Supersize Online Courses) and George Mason’s Dan Cohen (A Digital Humanist Puts New Tools in the Hands of Scholars).
I'm a journalist based in Washington, D.C. I write about how technology is changing higher education. I also cover research in the humanities and social sciences.
- At Top Colleges, an Admissions Gap for Minorities nytimes.com/interactive/20… (Cool graphic by @josh_keller) #highered 1 week ago
- (cont) I only covered a couple of the #c21dsd talks, but you can find videos from all the plenary sessions here: ustream.tv/channel/c21-uwm 2 weeks ago
- Roundup of highlights from Dark Side of the Digital conference w/ @lnakamur @rgrusin @ritaraley & Julie Cohen bit.ly/143j8xT #c21dsd 2 weeks ago
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- The Neighborhood Effect
- As Libraries Go Digital, Sharing of Data Conflicts With Tradition of Privacy
- 5 Ways That edX Could Change Education
- Duke Graduate Student Unlocks ‘Mystery of the Lost Sonata’
- Historians Ask the Public to Help Organize the Past
- Big Data On Campus
- A Polish Historian’s Accounting of the Holocaust Divides His Countrymen
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