Director, Ferguson Center for Technology-Aided Instruction & Learning
Guy Cox is Director of the Ferguson Center for Technology-Aided Teaching & Learning. Before coming to Albion College he was a member of the Computer Engineering Department at University of California Santa Cruz teaching and working in the areas of Software Engineering and Engineering Ethics. Before working with several high tech companies in Silicon Valley, he taught for nine years in the California Public Schools. However, he still primarily identifies himself as an anthropologist having studied educational anthropology at the Graduate School of Education, University of California Berkeley.
Guy's current research is focused on how children's technological experiences contribute, detract, and help shape their social, personal, and moral perspectives. He is a member of the American Anthropology Association and the American Educational Research Association.
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