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Berkman Videos - 4 by Popular

Jeff Jarvis on Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way We Work and Live ...

Thanks to the internet, we now live more and more in public. Yet change brings fear, and many peoplenostalgic for a more homogeneous mass ... tags: audioberkmanBerkman_Luncheon_Seriescentercopyrightdigitalmediaeducation

Alison J. Head on Modeling the Information-Seeking Process of College Students in the Digital Age ...

What is it like to be a college student in the digital age Alison Head lead researcher for the national study, Project Information ... tags: audioberkmancentercopyrightdigitalmediaeducationgovernance

Justin Reich on How Free and Open Education Might Widen Digital Divides [AUDIO]

The explosion of open education content resources create unprecedented opportunities for teachers to design and personalize curriculum and ... tags: audioberkmancentercopyrightdigitalmediaeducationgovernance

Beth Kolko on Hackademia: Leveraging the Conflict Between Expertise and Innovation to Create ...

How and why do nonexperts contribute to innovation The conflict between expertise and innovation sits uneasily in academia, where the ... tags: audioberkmancentercopyrightdigitalmediaeducationgovernance

Andres Monroy-Hernandez on Designing for Remixing: Computer-supported Social Creativity [AUDIO]

The Scratch Online Community allows young people to share and remix their own video games and animations, as well as those of their peers. ... tags: audioberkmancentercopyrightdigitalmediaeducationgovernance

David Weinberger on Too Big To Know [AUDIO]

We used to know how to know. Get some experts, maybe a methodology, add some criteria and credentials, publish the results, and you get ... tags: audioberkmancentercopyrightdigitalmediaeducationgovernance