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EDUCAUSE Now - #43 - 1) Social Scientist danah boyd 2) How to Approach Collaboration

This month on EDUCAUSE Now:  EDUCAUSE President and CEO Diana Oblinger interviews social scientist danah boyd. danah will be speaking at the EDUCAUSE 2011 Annual Conference. Also, we feature a discussion on how to approach a successful collaboration.

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This episode of EDUCAUSE Now features:

danah boyd on Social Media as a Tool
(:32-11:36)
danah boyd, social scientist for Microsoft, will present a keynote address at the EDUCAUSE 2011 Annual Conference. In this segment, EDUCAUSE President Diana Oblinger speaks with danah about what she has in store for her talk as well as her attitudes on social media and privacy.

Approaching Collaboration
(8:58-13:40)
Ira Fuchs, executive director of Next Generation Learning Challenges, observes that there is, "something important about the power of higher education institutions to organize themselves collaboratively in order to take more control over their destinies." In this spirit, we feature a conversation on collaboration between two higher ed IT leaders. Joanne Kossuth is Vice President of Operations and CIO for the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering and Molly Tamarkin is Associate University Librarian for IT at Duke University.
 
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