Over the course of two days, presentations, panels and discussions featured results from cutting edge research that explores “creative destruction” in the media ecosystem – including the economic impact of shifting business models, copyright requirements, audience experiences, content delivery, educational methodology, and publish on demand technologies. CLICK HERE for the Paper by Martha G Russell, PhD, Frank Rose and Karina Alexanyan, PhD.
Watch all of the talks in the video playlist above or click on the names below.
Frank Rose, Leading Writer & Speaker on Digital Culture; “Creative Destruction and the Future of Media”
Davis Masten, mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar; “The Science of Science Communication; Lessons From Business”
Ian Hargreaves, Professor of Digital Economy at Cardiff University; “Future-Proofing Copyright Law”
Dave Cavander, Principal Scientist at Adobe; “Middleton, Millennials and Milliseconds”
John Willinsky, Professor of Education at Stanford University; “A Brief History of the Intellectual Properties of Learning”
Juan Pablo Alperin/Alex Garnett, PhD Candidate GSE at Stanford University/Analyst with Simon Fraiser University; “Smarter Scholarly Textbooks”
Esther Wocjicki, Teacher and mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar; “Anticipating the Next Wave of Destruction”
Laura Moorhead, PhD Student in the Learning Sciences and Technology Design Program at Stanford University; “Recasting The Textbook”
Ingmar Riedel-Kruse, Asst. Professor Bioengineering Department at Stanford University; “Hybrid Tangible Interfaces”
Nik Martelaro, 2nd Year PhD Student at the Center for Desgin Research at Stanford University; “Participatory Materials; Learning with Reflective Media”