Mar 16, 2017
Under threat from large organizations like National Public Radio, college and community radio stations are losing their place on the airwaves. We heard from some of their stories and look at what the future might hold.
Dec 19, 2008
Christopher Dawson grew up in Seattle, back in the days of pre-antitrust Microsoft, coffeeshops owned by something other than Starbucks, and really loud, inarticulate music.
He received a degree in Information Systems from Johns Hopkins University and began a career in health and educational information systems, with...
Dec 19, 2008
Nancy McCoy-Wozniak became Stony Brook University's first Learning Architect in The Faculty Center where she consults with faculty on the planning and design of courses and effective course management methods. She received her Masters of Arts in Education, specializing in Instructional Technology from the University...
Dec 18, 2008
Michael Staton is the Co-Founder and CEO of Inigral, Inc, a company that builds social web applications for education. Their product Schools on Facebook has generated much excitement in the press.
Before starting Inigral, he was an Educational Interaction and Curriculum Designer for a San Francisco start-up and...