“It used to be expensive to make things public and cheap to make them private. Now it’s expensive to make things private and cheap to make them public.” – Clay Shirky – Vice Provost at New York University
Source: The NEW YORKER
About Clay Shirky:
Clay Shirky is Vice Provost. In this role, he designs, develops, and enhances all academic aspects of technology-based teaching and learning, University-wide; oversees the development of NYU’s instructional technology strategy, working with deans, faculty, NYU IT, and other university offices; maintains an inventory of online education offerings; and helps schools use educational technology to recruit new students, help existing students learn and progress, and generate costs savings or new revenues. He chairs the University’s Future of Technology-Enhanced Education Committee.