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E10 Session Podcast: Cognitive Surplus or the Lonely Shallows: Is the Internet Making Us Stupid?

At last, everyone is prepared to admit that the Internet has changed the world. Some think it's a change for the better, with truly revolutionary possibilities for advancing civilization. Others think it's stripping away our capacity for empathy and making our brains incapable of sustained complex thought. Who's right? Come enjoy this double-down grudge match between Gardner Campbell, Director of the Academy for Teaching and Learning at Baylor University, and Bruce Maas, CIO for the University of Wisconson-Milwaukee.


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Running time: 26m 6s
File size: 10.46 MB

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