Monthly Archives: October 2014
Change We Can Believe In?
The 2012 Obama campaign has been heralded as a turning point for leveraging technology effectively in political races. With the benefit of hindsight, those analyzing the digital strategy of the campaign boil the success down to three things: personalization, experimentation, … Continue reading
Natural Selection in Newspapers and Universities
In 2009, Clay Shirky wrote a blog post likening the disruption of the newspaper industry to the revolution caused by the printing press. The internet updended how news could be produced, distributed, and monetized, wreaking havoc on traditional news institutions, … Continue reading
Teacher Education…Can I Get a Definition, Please?
Given how critical teacher quality is to student success and how critical teacher preparation is to the effectiveness of teachers, it is important for the public to have a good grasp on what it means to prepare teachers. In The … Continue reading