Digital Campus #39 – Upgrade in the Downturn?

Wondering what the Great Recession means for the use of technology in higher ed and at cultural institutions around the globe? We tackle that issue on this episode of the Digital Campus podcast, looking at possible impacts like an even greater use of free web apps, cheap netbooks, podcasting, and distance education. As always, you […]

Journal of American History Begins Podcasting

Kudos to the Journal of American History for their launch this week of a podcast. In the inaugural “JAHcast,” John Nieto-Phillips speaks with James Meriwether about his article, “Worth a Lot of Negro Votes’: Black Voters, Africa, and the 1960 Presidential Campaign.” The podcast is put together well. It has relatively good sound quality (always […]

Digital Campus #34 – Extra, Extra!

For the Thanksgiving Day Digital Campus podcast, Mills, Tom, and I covered a cornucopia of news, including  more on the Google Book Search settlement, some academic challenges to Google’s main search engine, some trouble in the virtual worlds (in a new segment, “We Told You So”), and the end of email service for students at Boston […]

Digital Campus #33 – Classroom Action Settlement

After an unplanned month off (our apologies, things have been more than a little busy around here), the Digital Campus podcast triumphantly returns to the airwaves with a discussion of the recent Google Book Search settlement. Also up for analysis are Microsoft’s move to the cloud, the new Google phone, and, as always, recommendations from […]

Digital Campus #32 – Going Native

On this episode of the podcast we discuss whether “digital natives,” those teens and twentysomethings who are supposed to understand and use digital technology intuitively, really exist. We also cover Google’s latest digitization project (this time of newspapers), the publishing lobby’s attempt to close NIH’s open access research portal, and two new foundations to support […]

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