Posted on February 18, 2017 by Paul Gordon Brown
New Webinar: Staying Relevant: The Relationship between Student Affairs and Mobile Technology (w/Guidebook)
I recently had the opportunity to join the higher ed tech company, Guidebook, on a webinar discussing how apps and technology are changing the student experience and student expectations for higher education. Chris Trudell of Guidebook served as the moderator. If you’re interested, it’s free and available online.
Posted on February 17, 2017 by Paul Gordon Brown
JUST PUBLISHED: “Remixing Leadership Practices with Emerging Technologies” in “Going Digital in Student Leadership”
I’m excited to share that I have a new chapter out in the most recent volume of New Directions in Student Leadership entitled, Going Digital in Student Leadership. The chapter I co-authored with Dr. Ed Cabellon, titled “Remixing Leadership Practices with Emerging Technologies,” presents an overview of the historical trends in and the current state of technology in leadership education (P–20). Topics covered include the influences of digital and social technology on leadership education and the student leaders experience, the growing importance of technology competency, knowledge, and skills, and trends in leadership related to digital technology platforms and tools…. Read More
Posted on March 17, 2016 by Paul Gordon Brown
Create an account! Sign in with your Amazon account! Connect your Facebook account…. Twitter account… Google account… Every day we encounter websites that ask us to create or connect our digital accounts. It is through these accounts that companies are able to provide “helpful” features, such as personalized discounts, detailed suggestions, and optimized experiences. Sometimes these new features are very helpful, but there is a trade-off being made in providing this type of data about ourselves. We lose our privacy, we become more susceptible to identity theft, and we risk losing control over… Read More