Jun. 21, 2010

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An Interview with Michael Wesch – Part 2 of 3

This episode is the second of a three part conversation between Alan November and Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Digital Ethnography at Kansas State University.

In this segment, the two empathy as an essential 21st century skill.

Additionally, Alan and Michael discuss the motivating nature behind having students publish their work online and the importance this puts on teaching students to utilize copyrighted material effectively and ethically.

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