We have something special for this final episode of the academic year. Usually, we talk with educators, researchers, and technologists about what they’re doing now, and ask them a question or two about where they’d like to see educational technology go in the next few years. In this episode, however, we’re going to camp out in the future.
The Vanderbilt Center for Teaching recently convened a faculty panel to discuss the future of digital literacies where we asked our panelists to gaze into their crystal balls and engage in a wide-ranging and wildly speculative conversation about the future of digital literacies.
You’ll hear from Doug Fisher, associate professor of computer science and faculty head of Warren College, one of Vanderbilt’s residential colleges; Corbette Doyle, senior lecturer in leadership, policy, and organizations; and Jaco Hamman, associate professor of religion, psychology, and culture.
This episode is a little longer than usual, but it’s worth it. And stay tuned after the panel for a couple of programming notes.
- Doug Fisher’s faculty page
- @DougOfNashville on Twitter
- Corbette Doyle’s faculty page
- @CorbetteDoyle on Twitter
- Jaco Hamman’s faculty page
- @JacoHamman on Twitter
- Growing Down by Jaco Hamman
- The Revenge of the Analog by David Sax
- Autonomous by Annalee Newitz
- Gnomon by Nick Harkaway