I came across this tool called Nineteen recently and it prompted me to reconsider the way we represent qualitative data to the world. I imagine possibilities in adapting it for things like writing assessment, text analysis, and literary study. Read More »
I've collected all of Arne Duncan's public speeches from the past 5 years and imported them in to an open-source text analysis platform. The result: you can search and analyze the secretary's word usage.
Software-powered technologies are essential for the current reforms, from information systems integration to computerized assessments to online learning.
Explore ways to welcome software as a reader and writer of texts. There are some meanings of literature that can only be made by reading distantly, then closely.
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In several recent studies, I’ve developed a concept map that attempts to capture the complexity of software-powered technologies in education. It conceptualizes four broad spaces–political, economic, pedagogical, administrative–that inform the way we discuss and use software-powered technologies. The central space–called software space–consists of five layers (there could have been more) that we must consider when discussing education technology: devices, network infrastructure, ... Read More »
I’ve created this brief tutorial for colleagues interested in analyzing my corpus of Arne Duncan speeches. Enjoy. Read More »