May 23, 2003
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Sometimes when my students don't see life the way I do, I recall the complaint from Bye Bye Birdie, "What's the matter with kids today?" Then I remember that the "kids" in my class are children of the information age. In large part, technology has made them what they are, shaping their world and what they know. For my students, the advance of technology is expected, but for me, it remains both remarkable and somewhat unsettling.
In one course I teach, the students and I explore the
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