The latest edition of the Digital Campus podcast marks a break from the past. After three years of our small roundtable of Tom, Mills, and yours truly, we pull up a couple of extra seats for our first set of "irregulars," Amanda French and Jeff McClurken. I think you'll agree they greatly enliven the podcast … Continue reading Digital Campus #44 – Unsettled
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 … Continue reading Digital Campus #33 – Classroom Action Settlement
So Microsoft has left the business of digitizing millions of books—apparently because they saw it as no business at all. This leaves Microsoft's partner (and our partner on the Zotero project), the Internet Archive, somewhat in the lurch, although Microsoft has done the right thing and removed the contractual restrictions on the books they digitized … Continue reading Mass Digitization of Books: Exit Microsoft, What Next?
We're excited to have two terrific guests on the podcast this week, Sunil Iyengar of the National Endowment for the Arts and Matt Kirschenbaum of the University of Maryland. Sunil and Matt debate the NEA's recent report, To Read or Not To Read, which generated a lot of headlines and hand-wringing when it was released … Continue reading Digital Campus #21 – To Read or Not To Read