About Tech Therapy
Technology continues to change college life, and each month The Chronicle's Tech Therapy podcast offers analysis and advice on what the latest gadgets and buzzwords mean for professors, administrators, and students.
Join hosts Jeff Young, a Chronicle reporter (left), and Warren Arbogast, a technology consultant who works with colleges, for a lively discussion—as well as interviews with leading thinkers in technology.
Sue Stroyan, information-services librarian for Illinois Wesleyan University, explains why many institutions have merged their IT and library operations.
H. David Lambert, Internet2's new president and chief executive, talks about the networking group's vision and the challenges it faces.
- Tech Therapy: Episode 78—A Writing Class Takes on Cyberbullies
- Audio: Tech Therapy—'Wired Magazine' Co-Founder's Tech Advice for Academics
- Audio: What 'The Social Network' Says About Facebook's Place on Campuses
- Audio: Should Colleges Encourage Better Tech/Life Balance?
- Audio: What to Do About Illegal Downloading on Campuses
- Audio: The Case for Digital Scholarship
- Audio: Wikipedia's Co-Founder Calls for Better Information Literacy
- Audio: Moving From Anecdotes to Data
- Audio: Episode 70: An End (and a Beginning) for Tech Therapy
- Audio: Is New Technology Wearing You Out?
- Audio: How Librarians and IT Officials Can Get Along
- Audio: Going Green With Technology
- Audio: Planning Strategically for Tough Times Ahead
New Tech Therapy Hotline
Call in to our new Tech Therapy hotline and ask a question, or tell us a quick story of a technology challenge on your campus, and we'll put it on the podcast and respond. The number is 805-CHE-TECH (805-243-8324).
Subscribe in iTunes
As always, you can subscribe to Tech Therapy through iTunes. Click here—or just search for "Tech Therapy" in the iTunes store.
We've Got Transcripts!
Many Tech Therapy listeners have asked to get transcripts of the various episodes, and we are slowly cranking them out. Click on this page to get complete, free transcripts of some of the shows. Print them out and send them around. If you would like to see the transcription of a specific episode, write in.
People who have taken dozens of massive open online courses share their advice for those teaching them.
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- The Bandwidth Divide