The digital university and the shifting time–space of the campus

This paper explores the concept of translocality, of being ‘simultaneously situated’ in more than one place, in the context of ‘distance’ education in the digital university. The author works with the concept of critical time to propose an additional term, transtemporality, to also recognize the multiple times and temporalities engaged and interwoven in digitally connected spaces…

Scholars in an increasingly open and digital world: imagined audiences and their impact on scholars’ online participation

This study investigates the audiences that scholars imagine encountering online and the ways in which these audiences impact scholars’ online participation and presentation of self. Prior research suggests that imagined audiences affect what users share and how they present themselves on social media, but little research has examined this topic in the context of faculty…