Yay! Thanks for these. So far I've encountered nothing but support from my institution, but if/when I hit a snag I like being able to cite something more authoritative than my own beliefs. I think I've got a few more links squirreled away around here somewhere. If I can dig them up again I'll gladly share them here.
awesome. i use chronicles in higher ed and pew internet and american family life project a lot for research, but of course that stuff is limited. trolling for conference presentations on the topic is a much better resource. i find a lot of things from doing regular search engine searches.
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