Students Talk Technology: Tech Tools for College Education

http://youtu.be/v504TSgWuuU Many studies have revealed that college students today arrive on their campuses with high literacy in the latest technology and mobile devices. It is not uncommon to see students walking around with their beat earphones, texting while waiting in the hallway, and snapchatting with their friends in the dining hall. Yet, in the sea of options, … Continue reading Students Talk Technology: Tech Tools for College Education

Vine: Redefining Racial Stereotyping in Six Seconds

Vine debuted earlier this year and has become the most popular video-sharing mobile app today. Unfortunately, the technology has been misused to reinforce racial stereotyping, causing ethical issues that need to be considered and addressed by media practitioners. Check out the video clip below. Here is a work-in-progress ethics paper I am developing for a … Continue reading Vine: Redefining Racial Stereotyping in Six Seconds