“Some faculty members are blind to the implications of technology for their employment.”

12 03 2013

Just go read this post by Mark Cheathem.  That is all.

Update:  It turns out that’s not all.  Aaron Barlow informs us of a new petition circulating against the machine grading of written essays.  I just signed it.  So should you.


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12 03 2013
Cooking with Clio

Wow…ok, so it is fine to loose the TA job today, lessen one’s workload today, leave students with no professor tomorrow, just a machine that cannot identify truth? Just making sure I am on the right track and understanding the future in the proper IT driven AI way…
Thanks for the link, enough said.

12 03 2013
Cooking with Clio

I just read the NYT on California’s poorly
thought out plan to farm our students out to MOOCs and for profit onlines, wrote to my state Senator, my head may actually explode. Time to go plan that class for tomorrow!

12 03 2013
Machine “Readers”? | Academe Blog

[…] Jonathan Rees for his piece drawing it to my attention, I urge reading  Mark Cheathem’s post “Selling the Matrix […]

13 03 2013
Machine “Readers”? - world.edu

[…] Thanking Jonathan Rees for his piece drawing it to my attention, I urge reading Mark Cheathem’s post “Selling the Matrix Revolution […]

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