Articles by Audrey Watters

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Digital Pedagogy Lab: Key Moments

“It’s time to embrace our very human inefficiencies.” Audrey Watters struck a post-digital note as she wrapped her opening keynote on the first day of the...
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Is It Time to Give Up on Computers in Schools?

On June 29, 2015 at the ISTE Conference in Philadelphia, Audrey Watters spoke on a panel called “Is it Time to Give Up on Computers in...
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Convivial Tools in an Age of Surveillance

On December 1, 2014, Audrey Watters published a collection of her lectures under the title Monsters of Education Technology. The following is the final chapter from...
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Maggie’s Digital Content Farm

This piece was contributed as part of Hybrid Pedagogy‘s Digital Writing Month. Over the course of the last 6 months or so, I’ve felt a real...
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On Silence

The following article is republished from Hack Education with permission. Normally, we only post republications on the Page Two section of our site. However, we’re publishing this...
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The Early Days of Videotaped Lectures

“It’s early days for online education,” declared a recent article in the technology blog  Techcrunch, with its typical giddiness about the changes that technology is poised...
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Audrey Watters Wrestles with MOOCs

Pete Rorabaugh chatted with the globe-trotting Audrey Watters about the institutional questions that MOOCs raise. Watters is an ed tech journalist and the author/editor of Hack...
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