The generally agreed upon role of technology is to improve society. What's not agreed upon is the definition of improve.

Often, this debate is divided by age as various generations struggle to imagine parts of their life experiences being altered or discarded. As a relatively young individual, I have typically been a new adopter. Technology has always made sense to me because I have been immersed in it since birth. Yet, I may have crossed a threshold. A recent development in educational technology has me feeling like a curmudgeon who wants students to "do it like I did" because "that's the...

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About the Author:

Jeremy Cunningham

Jeremy Cunningham is a part-time instructor at Washtenaw Community College and Cleary University where he teaches composition and communication coursework. He also teaches English at Mason High School. He holds degrees in literature and education from Miami University, Eastern Michigan University, and Michigan State University. Outside of work, Jeremy dedicates his time to his wife, Darcie, and daughter, Ruby.