Technology Archive

Douglas McKechnie, United States Air Force Academy – Government and Social Media

The government is now a troll on social media. Douglas McKechnie, associate professor of law at

Erin O’Mara, University of Dayton – Bragging and Modesty on Social Media

Social media gives a big opportunity to brag about yourself.  But should you? Erin O’Mara, associate

Sheila Jaswal, Amherst College – Retention of Women and Underrepresented Minorities in STEM

On Amherst College Week: How do we increase STEM enrollment for women and underrepresented minorities? Sheila

Michelle Watts, American Public University – The Great Broadband Divide

Not everyone is online in our connected world. Michelle Watts, faculty director and assistant professor in

Krystle Cobian, University of California Los Angeles – Women of Color in STEM

On this Student Spotlight: How do we support minority groups who want a career in STEM?

Kiersten Greene, SUNY New Paltz – Tech in the Classroom

Classrooms are becoming digitally smarter by the year. Kiersten Greene, assistant professor of literacy education in

Stephen Okey, Saint Leo University – The Pope’s Use of Twitter

The president isn’t the only powerful figure to break the Twitter barrier. Stephen Okey, assistant professor

Carla Sofka, Siena College – Thanatechnology

On Siena College Week: Grief isn’t always private in the age of social media. Carla Sofka,

Brian Krupp, Baldwin Wallace University – Safeguarding Personal Data on our Phones

The misuse of our smartphone data is becoming better known by the day. Brian Krupp, professor

Melanie Austin, New York Institute of Technology – Social Media and Satisfaction Among Students

On New York Institute of Technology Week:  To understand the use of social media by students,