Our Identities, On the Ground and in the Cloud
By Megan O’Neil
Professors at Northwestern University are training students to build online identities that can advance their academic and professional careers.
By Seth Zweifler
Some say scholarship online should count toward tenure. Others have had threats because of their posts.
By Alice E. Marwick
Pretending that we don’t have enthusiasms and obsessions outside of our research areas is disingenuous at best.
By Santa J. Ono
For a leader looking to connect with increasingly far-flung constituents, breaching the sacrosanct personal-professional boundary can be a game changer.
Technology at Work
By Lawrence Biemiller
Connecting sleek smartphone apps and old-school mainframes, the networks that run the giant campus are in a constant state of change.
By Jacob L. Wright
New tools can help disseminate work in art history, archaeology, and many other fields that have presented high hurdles for print publishing.