BA in French Teaching; PhD in Educational Technology; Assistant Professor of ICT at University of Kentucky School of Information Science

I am an interdisciplinary digital methods researcher studying meaning-making practices on online platforms.

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linkblog: my thoughts on 'A Tool That Monitors How Long Kids Are in the Bathroom Is Now in 1,000 American Schools'

ClassDojo and 'data as oil'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'University of Kentucky COVID guidelines for fall 2022 semester | Lexington Herald Leader'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'What Happened After the Digital Crackdown on Extremists — ProPublica'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Bad Data “For Good”: How Data Brokers Try to Hide in Academic Research | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Some Thoughts on the Open Scholarship in Education (OSE) Working Meeting | Joshua M. Rosenberg, Ph.D.'

teacher agency and edtech

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Absolutely Terrible Textbook Publishing Giant Pearson Wants To Make Everything Even Worse With NFTs | Techdirt'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Kids Are Back in Classrooms and Laptops Are Still Spying on Them'

disappeared papers and the importance of personally hosting my research

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Pearson says NFT textbooks will let it profit off secondhand sales - The Verge'

knowing when enough is enough

being a student's parent as an edtech researcher

thoughts on an in-press article—and on names and legitimacy in Mormonism

research analytics for... industry collaboration?

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Uber paid academics six-figure sums for research to feed to the media'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'After Dobbs, Advocates Fear School Surveillance Tools Could Put Teens at Risk – The Markup'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'A (Wheatstone) bridge to the past – Punya Mishra's Web'

why 'open access' isn't enough

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Coverage in EdWeek of a recent article on uncertainty in science | Joshua M. Rosenberg, Ph.D.'

some thoughts on Gab pushback against research on Gab

job post: instructional communication lecturer position at University of Kentucky

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Schools Are Spending Billions on High-Tech Defense for Mass Shootings - The New York Times'