Reblogged from Dartmouth College “What an amazing time to be a faculty member,” says humanities scholar Cathy Davidson. Davidson, a Duke University professor, noted author, and innovator, recently came to Dartmouth to speak with… Read more »
January 26, 2012 Renowned humanities scholar Cathy Davidson, a Duke University professor, noted author, and innovator, visited Dartmouth to speak to faculty and staff involved in the Strategic Planning process, and to deliver… Read more »
Cathy Davidson and Michael Hogan at the Chicago Humanities Festival
Now You See It: The Future of Learning in a Digital Age, with introduction by Daniel Herwitz. Watch it online.
Nick Carr insists that the Internet is wrecking our brains. But not everyone shares Carr’s techno-cultural pessimism. One of the most articulate champions of the Internet’s positive impact on our mental cognition is the Duke… Read more »
Dr. Moira Gunn talks with author and Duke professor, Cathy Davidson about what happens when you hand every incoming Freshmen a free ipod and her new book, Now You See It: How the… Read more »
An interview with Cathy Davidson, Duke University professor and author of Now You See It: How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Learn. Listen here.
Even though our social lives have become digitized, our institutions of school and work are still designed for the last century. That’s according to Joy Cardin’s guest, after eight, who says we need… Read more »
For photos, excerpt from Now You See It, and blog post, please visit http://thekojonnamdishow.org/shows/2011-11-15/distractions-friend-or-foe.