We academics are notorious for not being the best at promoting our own work. This is the case not only with a lot of the hidden work we do on campuses, but is also especially true with publications and interviews and the like. That is, we offer a social media post as things role out, but we rarely create a space to showcase the more public facing dimensions of our work. To this end, these pages (and subpages) are an attempt for me to be more proactive in my own public-relations kind of activities. Thus, here you will find links and pages to the various interviews, podcasts, events, and the like that I have been involved in over the years.
Interviews & Podcasts
“Why is Technology Making Teachers Crazy? with Dr. Justin Hodgson.” The Frazzled Teacher. Podcast by Tommy Renfro, May 18, 2022. https://open.spotify.com/episode/6dZMeBRN5N1lmUOJFb4o0x
“What’s IU up to with Digital Literacy?” Digital Gardening: Cultivating Digital Literacy in Higher Education. Podcast by Paul Cook & Adam Maksl, Mar. 22, 2022. https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/74aa9132-581d-4eed-a981-95d611fa8ba8/episodes/c617a9e0-b418-407e-bf2e-ee8b1f594a51/digital-gardening-cultivating-digital-literacy-in-higher-education-what’s-iu-up-to-with-digital-literacy
“Profiles in Digital Scholarship & Publishing: Justin Hodgson.” An interview by Elizabeth Barnett. xchanges, 13.2, Jan. 2019. http://www.xchanges.org/profiles-in-digital-scholarship-publishing
“TheJUMP+ Review” by Lauren Garskie. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, Sept. 4, 2018. http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org/2018/09/04/thejump-review/
“Digital Scholarship, Digital Pedagogy: An Interview with Justin Hodgson.” Rhetoricity. Podcast by Eric Detweiler, Sept. 21, 2015. http://rhetoricity.libsyn.com/2015/09