The Chronicle recently featured the work of David M. Levy, who collaborated with Georgetown a few years ago to research student attitudes toward technology.
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This week, an article co-written by Daryl Nardick and Leanne McWatters, in collaboration with David M. Levy (University of Washington) and Jeanine Turner (Communication, Culture, and Technology), was published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
This week’s well-attended lecture by University of Washington scholar David M. Levy on the subject of meditation and multitasking explored the intersection of scientific research and centuries-old contemplative techniques.
Can training in meditation and relaxation improve people’s ability to work more effectively and healthfully in today’s information-intensive workplaces? David M. Levy will report on an ongoing NSF-funded study that is investigating the possibility of improving people’s multitasking skills by training their attentional capacities.
A recent article in the Washington Post highlighted some of the issues surrounding students, technology, and contemplation explored by last semester’s guest speaker David Levy in his talk “No Time to Think” and at CNDLS’ December 2008 Symposium “Teaching to Connect the Heart and Mind.”
CNDLS is pleased to announce that David Levy, Ph.D. will give a talk entitled “No Time to Think” on Wednesday, September 23rd at 3:00pm in Copley Formal Lounge.
Daryl Nardick, Senior Project Consultant & Director of Strategic Project Integration at CNDLS, questions some widely held assumptions about students’ attitudes toward technology.