From Past Issues

Taking a Lesson from the Tech Industry: Develop and Retain Strong Teachers with Microcredentialing

Wednesday August 26, 2020 / By user

From The Education issue

What does becoming a skilled coder and becoming a skilled teacher have in common? The need for quality tools for professional development and demonstration... Read More

Predicting Technology Futures by Examining Our Past

Wednesday August 26, 2020 / By user

From The Education issue

By Hannah Rosenfeld As a former technologist, I had long believed that it was impossible to really foresee how a new technology development might impact... Read More

Harvard Gets a PIT Lab

Wednesday August 26, 2020 / By user

From The Education issue

The idea and practice of public interest technology (PIT) isn’t exactly mainstream. There are many people making inroads, though. New America’s Public... Read More

“People are looking at the same data but coming to different conclusions”: How Universities are Planning for September

Thursday July 30, 2020 / By Karen J. Bannan

From The New Normal

I started reporting this story a month before it was due. My email to every university media relations department was the same: I am writing a story about... Read More

The Wheels of Justice Supercharged — and on Zoom

Thursday July 30, 2020 / By Karen J. Bannan

From The New Normal

A Q&A with Chief Justice of Michigan Bridget M. McCormack, who was at the forefront of the state of Michigan’s move to online hearings since proceedings... Read More

Tech Volunteering: How Things Get Done During a Pandemic

Thursday July 30, 2020 / By Melanie Mazanec and Emily Wright-Moore

From The New Normal

When the COVID-19 health pandemic first began to spiral out of control, organizations that provide crucial social services such as food stamps and unemployment... Read More

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