Technology Archive

Linda Charmaraman, Wellesley College – For LGBTQ Youth, Social Media Can Have Unexpected Benefits

Social media’s drawbacks are well documented, but there are positives too. Linda Charmaraman, senior research scientist

Jinglu Jiang, Binghamton University – Designing Better Human-A.I. Collaboration

Designing better human and A.I. connections will be crucial in the future. Jinglu Jiang, assistant research

Birol Yesilada, Portland State University – Securing the Smart Grid

The smart grid is an important part of our infrastructure. Birol Yesilada, professor of political science

Jessica Cox, Franklin & Marshall College – Online English Classes for Adults During and Beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

On Franklin and Marshall College Week:Β  Online classes can be a boon to those trying to

Katie Paulich, University of Colorado Boulder – The ABCs of Screen Time

Is too much screen time bad for children? Katie Paulich, PhD student at the University of

Gary Giumetti, Quinnipiac University – How Can We Stop Victims of Cyberbullying From Becoming Future Perpetrators?

Cyberbullying can cause a vicious cycle. Gary Giumetti, professor of psychology at Quinnipiac University, examines how

Billi Bromer, Brenau University – The Importance of Social Presence in Online Instruction

Online instruction is a part of college life, but how can we make it better? Billi

Sal Agnihothri, Binghamton University – Harnessing the Power of Healthcare Apps Through Provider Integration

Should you share the health data your device collects? Sal Agnihothri, professor of supply chain and

Mindy Brummett, University of North Texas Health Science Center – Social Media: The Benefits, Risks, and Accuracy of Information

Social media is an important tool for healthcare workers. Mindy Brummett, assistant professor of physical therapy

Heather Houser, University of Texas at Austin – Infowhelm

Listening to the news can be overwhelming at times. Heather Houser, associate professor of English at