|Present||Lecturer, San Jose State University ‐ Communication Studies|
|2008||Ph.D., University of Washington ‐ Communication|
|1995||M.S., San Jose State University ‐ Journalism and Mass Communications|
|1987||B.A., California State University, Fresno ‐ Theatre Arts|
Refereed Publications (10)
ExperientialLearning@SocialMedia.edu: Using the Tech Start-Up Concept to Train ...
Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal (2020)
Undergraduate and graduate students were enrolled in an upper-division online experiential learning course organized as a technology company start up ...
Convention/Conference Papers (7)
Networks as infrastructures of dissent: Applying a new theory of ...
10th Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) (2009)
At the 2003 AoIR conference in Toronto, I presented the first sketch of a theoretical concept that addressed collective action ...
Toward a Pervasive Communication Environment Perspective
International Communication Association Annual Conference (2009)
In a world where pervasive communication technologies facilitate an increasing percentage of human interaction, the traditional dichotomy between face-to-face and ...
Autonomism, DIY Culture, and Transversal Dissent: Parallel Infrastructure as a ...
National Communication Association Annual Convention (2007)
Combining Roland Bleiker's (2000) concept of tranversal dissent with Czech dissident Vaclav Benda "parallel polis" hypothesis I explore the confluence ...