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Audrey Watters

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The first book review for Teaching Machines comes from David Kernohan, who writes for Wonkhe that "for those with an interest in the space between theory, technology, learning, and commerce, and with a taste for the curious rhyme of history I couldn’t imagine a more rewarding read."

I was a guest on the season finale of Terry Greene's Getting Air podcast to discuss Teaching Machines (and other things). It was a great conversation, as always.

I was a guest on API Storytelling on Friday. This is one of Kin's shows, and as the name of it suggests, it's not at all about ed-tech typically. But it is (ostensibly) about storytelling -- about the narratives of the tech sector and how that shapes what gets built/bought/sold...

I received the author copies of Teaching Machines yesterday. It finally feels real! (Kin shot some other video too.)

The publicity for Teaching Machines is underway. My first interview was with Edsurge's Jeffrey Young for the publication's podcast: EdSurge Podcast · The Long and Surprising History of ‘Teaching Machines’ (I haven't listened, but my mom and my editor said it was good. So give it a whirl. And you...

Teaching Machines is available for pre-order via the MIT Press website (and anywhere books are sold — consider supporting your local bookseller). I spent a few days trying to revamp the Teaching Machines website — before deciding that the template I had was just fine. Now I'm in the process...