April 21, 2014
For Professors, Online Presence Brings Promise (and Peril)
Many say they must be careful about what they write on the unedited Internet
Ben Stechschulte for The Chronicle
On a recent Sunday in March, Anthea D. Butler, an associate professor of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania, tweeted more than 30 times about the Oscars as she watched the awards show from her Philadelphia home.
The same day, Jeff E. Nunokawa, a professor of English at Princeton University, published a short literary essay as a "note" on Facebook—his 5,167th such post on the social-networking site. David Albrecht, an accounting
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