2010 Keynote: Michael Wesch

2010 Keynote: Michael Wesch

Symposium Theme: “Digital Scholarship and the Culture of Teaching and Learning” Our keynote speaker for 2010 was Dr. Michael Wesch, assistant professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University. Dubbed “the explainer” by Wired...
2009 Keynote: danah boyd

2009 Keynote: danah boyd

For the 2009 Symposium we were honored to have two great speakers who helped us explore the relationship among faculty, students, and educational technologies: danah boyd, who was our featured speaker and David Wiley, who delivered our keynote address in the morning....
2009 Keynote: David Wiley

2009 Keynote: David Wiley

For the 2009 Symposium we were honored to have two great speakers who helped us explore the relationship among faculty, students, and educational technologies: David Wiley, who delivered our keynote address in the morning, and danah boyd, who was our lunchtime...
2008 Keynote: Lawrence Lessig

2008 Keynote: Lawrence Lessig

For the 2008 Symposium, Lawrence Lessig, J.D., professor of law at Stanford Law School and founder of the school’s Center for Internet and Society, presented the keynote address. Prior to joining the Stanford faculty, he was the Berkman Professor of Law at...
2007 Keynote: Bryan Alexander

2007 Keynote: Bryan Alexander

For the 2007 Symposium, Bryan Alexander was a featured speaker. Alexander is the director of the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education. In his position as director of NITLE as well as though his participation in the New Media Consortium and the...
2007 Keynote: Lee Rainie

2007 Keynote: Lee Rainie

For the 2007 Symposium, the keynote speaker was Lee Rainie, the project director of the Pew Internet and American Life Project, whose mission is to research and report on the way that new technologies are affecting the way Americans live, work, and learn. Lee...
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