Justin Reich is a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and project manager of the Digital Collaborative Learning Communities Project funded by the Hewlett Foundation. Reich researches how Web 2.0 tools are used in K-12 settings, with particular attention to issues of excellence, equity, and learner analytics. His work uses both ethnographic methods and novel approaches for longitudinal modeling of individual and community behavior using the real-time user data generated by Web 2.0 tools.
Justin Reich was a Summer Fellow at the Summer Institute 2011 hosted by UCHRI’s Digital Media and Learning (DML) Research Hub. Watch the video for Reich’s insights.