Even though every article I write in this series is incredibly long, I always have to leave something out. Here are some of the other stories that were told about “fake news” and education and technology this year:

“The Freewheelin Bob Dylan” – “Did the singer-songwriter take portions of his Nobel lecture from SparkNotes?” asks Slate’s Andrea Pitzer

“When In Truth Did We Win Anything” by Timothy Burke

“Mistrust, Efficacy and the New Civics – a whitepaper for the Knight Foundation” by Ethan Zuckerman.

“Why is anyone listening to Tim O’Reilly?” by Molly Sauter

Via The New Yorker: “How to Call B.S. on Big Data: A Practical Guide”

Via Techcrunch: “A list of everything Magic Leap has released so far.”

“The Republican War on College,” by The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson.

“Cassandra Plays the Stock Market,” by Tim Maly

“Antigonish 2.0 – The Plan,” by Bonnie Stewart

“Whose Tuesday Are You Living In?” by Slate’s Alida Draudt

“Trump’s Inaugural Speech Reading Level Was ‘Extremely Low’,” says Edsurge, perpetuating the questionable science of “reading levels”

“The Giant Inflatable Trump Chicken of Ed Tech” by Michael Feldstein

“I Write on the Internet. I’m Sorry” by Michael Brendan Dougherty.

Audrey Watters


The Stories We Were Told about Education Technology (2017)

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