Introducing the What’s New Podcast

My new podcast, What's New, has launched, and I'm truly excited about the opportunity to explore new ideas and discoveries on the show. What's New will cover a wide range of topics, from the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and technology, and it is intended for anyone who wants to learn new things. I hope that you'll subscribe … Continue reading Introducing the What’s New Podcast

Critical Elements of Web Culture Scholars Should Understand

The Scholars' Lab at the University of Virginia has posted audio recordings of sessions from “The Humanities in a Digital Age,” a symposium that took place in November at UVA’s new Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures. My keynote at the symposium was entitled "Humanities Scholars and the Web: Past, Present, Future," and focused … Continue reading Critical Elements of Web Culture Scholars Should Understand

Digital Campus #52 – What’s the Buzz?

The flawed launch of Google Buzz, with its privacy nightmare of exposing the social graph of one's email account, makes me, Tom, Mills, and Amanda French consider the major issue of online privacy on this week's Digital Campus podcast. Covering several stories, including Facebook attacks on teachers and teachers spying on students, we think about … Continue reading Digital Campus #52 – What’s the Buzz?

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 … Continue reading Digital Campus #39 – Upgrade in the Downturn?