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What is the university in an age of social media?
Posted on February 12, 2013 by lawrence serewicz
Clay Shirky has posted an intriguing article on the future of the university in the social media age. He argues that social-media technology, in particular the MP3 and technology to enable sharing, which has changed the music industry, is changing … Continue reading →
Posted in philosophy, scholarship, statesmanship | Tagged Allan Bloom, Clay Shirky, Democracy, Education, Massive open online course, philsophy, Politics, research, Social media, technology, university | 6 Comments