Category Archives: FYS

Podcasts from The Social Life of Information Course

This semester (along with MJ D’Elia, Amanda Etches, and Doug Horne) I taught a First Year Seminar┬ácourse entitled The Social Life of Information. With acknowledgement to John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid for the inspiration and guidance, the course explored … Continue reading

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The Next Phase of My Professional Life

As many of you will know, I’ve been on a two year sabbatical/administrative leave. Sadly it is coming to an end in January (but I have been productive: see here, here, and here for a detailed accounting). However, I’m very … Continue reading

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