Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play

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Abstract

This group of cri3cal, historical, and technical assessments of digital discourse and culture is assembled to commemorate the crea3on of Virginia Techs Center for Digital Discourse and Culture (CDDC) a decade ago. Organized in the College of Arts and Sciences, two college faculty members--Len Haiield in the Department of English and Timothy W. Luke in the Department of Poli3cal Science--began opera3ng the CDDC with Jeremy Hunsinger, who later pursued and completed his Doctorate in the Science and Technology Studies (STS) program. Haiield was a co-founder of the English Departments Center for Applied Technology in the Humani3es (CATH), and Luke was the author of a 1994 white paper for the College of Arts and Sciences calling for the crea3on of a new en3ty, namely, Cyberschool, at Virginia Tech to design, manage, organize, and then teach wholly online undergraduate and graduate courses by 1995

Author-supplied keywords

  • academia
  • book publis
  • capitalism
  • politics
  • power

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