Gardner Campbell teaches English literature, film studies, writing, and -- woven through it all these disciplines -- a new one that he calls digital imagination. In this conversation with Jon Udell, he talks about how our emerging uses of the internet enable educators and students to create fresh approaches to higher education.
Gardner Campbell is a Professor of English at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, where he teaches literature of the English Renaissance, film studies, new media studies, and writing. He's worked in teaching and learning technologies for over a decade, at the University of Mary Washington and the University of Richmond, and currently serves on the Advisory Board of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, the Electronic Campus of Virginia, and the Virginia Learning Technology Advisory Committee. He is also a Fellow of the Frye Leadership Institute, class of 2005.
This free podcast is from our Jon Udell's Interviews with Innovators series.