January 20th, 2015, by Jordan Kraemer §
Blogging is still in some ways a new medium for scholarship and research, with attendant risks and promises, as we are often still thinking through our ideas as we post them.
January 13th, 2015, by Jordan Kraemer §
These debates illustrate once again the value of scholarly blogs and research on emerging technologies and their imbrication in everyday life – concerns that motivate much of what we do here at the CASTAC Blog.
February 26th, 2014, by Jordan Kraemer §
If we don’t reach out to share our work, we equally risk provoking those who castigate academics for being too insular and our research too inaccessible.
February 4th, 2014, by Jordan Kraemer §
In the current climate of social media as engine of capital and economic value, it’s provocative to cast aspersions on Facebook’s future popularity.
January 3rd, 2013, by Jordan Kraemer §
I want to call attention to the link between critiques of graduate education and changes in the structure of academia more broadly, the same changes fueling much of the debate about how technology will “disrupt” higher education.
December 29th, 2012, by Jordan Kraemer §
The conversation about MOOCs needs to take place in the context of broader structural changes in academia, to recognize both their promise and their limitations.