Video recording of a conversation about understanding the networked age through the eyes of youth, and importance of looking carefully at how we measure and respond to risks.
A review of of danah boyd's recent book, the result of 10 years of research on the social lives of teens and the Internet, plus an opportunity to discuss the book with us on Friday, February 14th.
Crafting our language around education technology to highlight that teachers and students are the actors rather than the devices.
A recent report from Project Information Literacy identifies the challenges that college freshmen face as they tackle their first major research projects.
When Stephen Colbert tried to destroy HarvardX by promoting open online courses on his show.
Sixteen new working papers summarize research from the first year of HarvardX and MITx.
A brief, prepared for grantees of the McCormick Foundation's Why News Matters program, about developing evaluation programs to improve services and demonstrate to fund-raisers and philanthropists the importance of the work.
Timed with the release of the first set of working papers from HarvardX and MITx, Justin Reich is giving a public, livestreamed talk on January 21 at 6pm.
The Youth and Media Lab at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society releases a series of four reports about the future of News Literacy.
Evgeny Morosov writes a broader history of the Maker movement with important insights for those hoping to infuse Maker culture into schools.