Slides and Reading List for ASIS&T Panel on Higher Education Technology Platforms

Today I’m presenting at ASIS&T’s annual conference as part of a panel entitled “Platform as Theoretical Framework Rather Than Just Empirical Context: How Information Science Scholars Examine Digital Platforms.” My part concerns how I approach educational technology platforms from a simplified theoretical perspective; I also walk through a quick case study that I’ve been working on. Slides are available in my research repository and a reading list is available on this website.