Bryan Alexander is
codirector of the Center
for Educational Technology at Middlebury College, Vermont, where
he researches and develops programs on the advanced uses of information
technology in higher education. He is interested in how wirelessness
forms of teaching
, writing, collaboration, and social organization. His other specialties
include weblogs, social software, copyright, information literacy, and
interdisciplinary collaboration. He maintains and contributes to a
series of weblogs, including Smartmobs, NITLE Tech News, MANE IT blog, and Infocult, when not creating
digital learning objects like Gormenghast.
He has also taught English and information technology studies at
Centenary College and the University of Michigan.