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Duke University prof explores effects of digital media on teaching and research

As rapidly advancing technology becomes intertwined in everyday life, academia is also becoming radically shaped by digital media. Dr. N. Katherine Hayles, a professor at Duke University who is also an author and renowned scholar, lectured on “The Technogenetic Spiral: Implications and Interventions” yesterday. Hayles, an internationally known expert on digital media, spoke on technology’s growing pervasiveness in research and teaching as well as the transformative effect it has developed.

Hayles began her lecture with the question, “Where does cognition happen?”

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