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We’re back for another edition of @Sree's Sunday #NYTReadalong. This week’s guest is Lee Clontz, Director of Teaching and Learning at Emory University. Lee is one of Sree's favorite students of all time. He knows more about digital than almost anyone Sree knows. We’ll talk about how COVID hit academia, New York Times’ coverage of the South and look at some early predictions about technology. Star Wars might come up as well.

 

Related Links
NYT: 
Campuses Are Virus Incubators, but These Colleges Can’t Require Vaccines
NYT: The Supreme Court won’t block Indiana University’s vaccine mandate.

NYT Correspondents focusing on the American South
Rick Rojas | Richard Fausset | Tariro Mzezewa

We will also review a special print version of the NYT video investigation into the January 6th Insurrection. Click here for the video.


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Lee Clontz has spent more than twenty years working at Emory University as a Web developer and administrator, content management expert and most recently as the director of teaching and learning technologies. He taught journalism for twelve years at Emory and, prior to that, worked as a producer for CNN and the New York Times. He is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He is passionate about all forms of technology, gaming, Star Wars, writing and distance running, logging twenty marathons and 14,000 miles since 2011. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Melissa, and two teenaged boys.

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