November 14, 2011
Today, Headlines at the Harvard Graduate School of Education featured a video with Justin Reich. In addition to being Co-Director of EdTechTeacher, Justin is also a fifth year doctoral student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the project manager for the Distributed Collaborative Learning Communities project.
“The DCLC project is funded by the Hewlett Foundation Open Education Resources initiative, and Richard Murnane and John Willett are the principal investigators. The DCLC team investigates issues of excellence, equity, and analytics in the use of social media in K-12 settings.”
In this video, he discusses his research with the #edtech commmunity.
Justin will be further exploring this topic as the luncheon speaker at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society on January 17th. His talk, Will Free Benefit the Rich? How Free and Open Education May Widen Digital Divides will be streamed from Harvard.