Digital Campus Podcasts

 

A biweekly discussion of how digital media and technology are affecting learning, teaching, and scholarship at colleges, universities, libraries, and museums.

Recent Submissions

  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2012-02-15)
    Sometimes we wonder to ourselves (and to those of you listening) whether some of the biggest “stories” in the world of digital media really are stories. Maybe it’s just us, but is it really news that Google is combining ...
  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2012-02-28)
    We report on a new CLIR / NITLE project to develop a technical infrastructure for publishing new-model digital scholarship, what’s coming in the next version of Mac OS X and other operating systems and what their cloud ...
  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2011-12-02)
    The clock strikes noon, and that sound might just signal the end of the bright morning for closed systems in higher education. On this week’s podcast, we discuss Coursekit, a free (for now) learning management system built ...
  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2012-01-27)
    Friend of the podcast Peter Hirtle stands in for Amanda to give Tom, Mills, and Dan some much needed legal education as we take on SOPA, PIPA, the Research Works Act, and the Supreme Court’s decision in Golan v. Holder. ...
  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2011-12-21)
    Roll out the red carpet, because it’s time once again for the Campies, Digital Campus’s beloved year-end review of what has passed and what is to come. Tom, Amanda, Mills, and Dan reveal their picks for the best and worst ...
  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2011-11-08)
    Is it just us, or does it seem kind of strange to see people walking around campus, the mall, or the local park talking to their phones as if those phones were actually sentient? Even if it is a little strange, Dan, Tom, ...
  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2011-11-21)
    In an age of course wikis and blogs, is a law written in 1974 up to the task of controlling where student information might go? Why does Google want us to register on their new citation service? And can the recorded lectures ...
  • Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (2011-10-22)
    In this episode of Digital Campus, Tom, Mills, and Amanda (sans Dan) touch briefly on the passing of Steve Jobs and discuss Apple’s announcement of iOS5, the release of the Kindle Fire and other new Kindle products, the ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-09-19)
    The regulars are joined this week by the great Tom Merritt of Tech News Today and TWiT fame. We discuss in depth the surprising lawsuit by the Authors Guild against five universities and HathiTrust, related to the ongoing ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-07-11)
    If there's one theme in this episode of the podcast, it's content being hidden from the open web. The new social network Google+ lets you create "circles" that will allow you to post certain content to certain people and ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-09-13)
    A few days before we recorded the latest episode of Digital Campus, Apple visionary and guru of all things cool in digital technology Steve Jobs announced that he would step down as CEO in what we assume will be the end ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-08-03)
    Lisa Spiro and Jeff McClurken join Amanda, Mills, and Tom for a high summer episode of Digital Campus. (Dan Cohen did not join us this time, choosing instead to remain incommunicado in an undisclosed location while he ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-06-20)
    On Friday, June 3, we live-streamed Digital Campus from the first day of THATCamp CHNM, The Humanities and Technology Camp at the Center for History and New Media. About half the live audience of seventy-five or so people ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-04-04)
    Two big stories dominate this edition of the podcast: the rejection of the Google Books settlement and the request for a professor’s personal email. Tom, Mills, Amanda, and Dan discuss why the settlement between Google and ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-05-19)
    Steve Ramsay joins us on the podcast as we scratch our heads over some strange decisions by the big tech companies, namely Microsoft's $8.5 billion acquisition of Skype and Google's entry into the netbook (or "Chromebook") ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-03-18)
    Joined by new podcast irregular Audrey Watters, educational technology writer for ReadWriteWeb, the Digital Campus crew discusses a whole passel o’ news for this episode. Dan Cohen gives us an eyewitness report from the ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-02-22)
    In this edition of the podcast Tom, Amanda, Dan, and Mills considered whether recent news stories about spammers gaming the Google search engine algorithm herald the end of big search as we know it. Is it really the case ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2011-01-25)
    It’s January, and that means air travel, interviews, ball rooms, and exhibit halls. This year Digital Campus recognizes conference season with an extended discussion of digital humanities at the annual ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2010-12-08)
    What would Google eBooks do? Nothing that involves human beings, says Dan: don’t look for “staff picks” from this long-awaited “cyberinfrastructure for distributed e-book sales” (which used to be called Google Editions). ...
  • Center for History and New Media (2010-12-20)
    It is time once again for the tuxedos, red dresses, and closely guarded envelopes as the Digital Campus team reveals the top stories of 2010. In a twist this year, each co-host unveils their biggest flop and biggest hit ...

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