My scholarship & publications place a sociocultural lens on educational technology and media, exploring how popular and media discourses shape our expectations, practices and policies about education. The result are a series of negotiated histories and challenged assumptions regarding dominant assumptions in emergent educational discourse.
- The rise of educational technology as a sociocultural & ideological phenomenon (EDUCAUSE Review, w/ George Veletsianos)
- All I know is what’s on the Internet (Real Life Magazine)
- Locating TPACK in mediated practice (Online Teaching in K-12, w/ Linda Polin, eds. Kevin Graziano & Sarah Bryners-Bogey)
- The phenomenal MOOC: Sociocultural effects of a marginal learning model (Emergence & Innovation in Digital Learning, ed. George Veletsianos)
Prior to my time in education, I worked as a literary agent for a boutique television & film agency in Los Angeles.
For a history of publications and upcoming releases, visit my CV.