I explore how social collaboration technology might change the experience of learning and teaching in workplaces and higher education.
By profession I am an instructor in the Master’s Program in Learning & Organizational Change at Northwestern University. I have the good fortune to be in a role that provides an opportunity to be an educational technology enthusiast, and to teach a graduate-level course exploring social technology use within organizations.
Which puts me at the intersection of learning, technology, workplaces and higher education.
This is my space for thinking out loud about all of these topics. With an occasional side-trip to share the pleasures of living in Evanston, Illinois. Like having an award-winning craft-distillery down the street from my home (photo above is me on the left with my late father, the original family whiskey enthusiast, at Few Spirits).
Opinions and thinking written here are my own, and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer.