2019 Cato Unbound, How Liberals Can Be Wrong on Growth but Right on Policy

2019 Cato Unbound, Economic Growth? Let’s Focus on the Tangible

2017 EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative: 7 Things You Should Know About the Evolution of Teaching and Learning Professions

2016 LinkedIn Pulse 36 Higher Ed Thoughts from Mary Meeker's Internet Trends Report

2016 EdSurge 5 Reasons We Will Avoid Edtech Conferences - coauthored with Kristen Eshleman

2016 EdSurge Make Space for Millennial Professionals in Higher Ed - coauthored with Morgan Matthews

2016 EdSurge Want to Do Business With Higher Ed? Hire These 7 Types of People - coauthored with Kristen Eshleman

2016 Chapter in Crucible Moments – Inspiring Library Leadership.  Leading Non-Incremental Change in the Academic Library: One View from Outside Your Profession

2015 EDUCAUSE Review Not a Future CIO

2015 EdX Blog, Experimenting With Open Online Office Hours

2014 PBS MediaShift The Real Legacy of MOOCs: Better Introductory Courses

2014 EdSurge 3 Reasons Why Chromebook Beats iPad in 1:1 Programs

2014 Concord Monitor Cost of College Has Increased, But So Has the Quality

2014 Vox Populi Looking Back at BASIC and Forward to the Future

2014 Concord Monitor The Secret Guide to College Selection

2014 EdSurge Four Reasons Why Schools Win By Switching Their LMS

2014 Concord Monitor A Dartmouth Course - Free in Cyberspace

2014 Concord Monitor Our Children’s College Education Will Be Better Than Our Own

2014 Dartmouth News, My No-Office Experiment

2013 The Evolllution, Online Learning Making Education Fungible for Non-Traditional Students

2013 Concord Monitor Mad about MOOCs? We’re Missing the Point

2013 Concord Monitor.  Technology is a Means, Not an End

2013 Corporate Learning Network. Five Secrets EdTech Bosses Don't Want Their Direct Reports to Know

2013 Crain's New York Business Higher Ed Supplement (Print)  Three Key Factors to Consider When Seeking Online Graduate Degree Programs

2013 Corporate Learning Network: The Case for Online Grads: Why Students at Virtual Universities Make Great Hires   

2013 EdTech Magazine.  September.  The Ed-Technologists Among Us:  What To Look For When Filling Today’s Rapidly Evolving Tech Roles

2013 EdSurge:  How a MOOC Could Be a Faculty’s Best Friend

2013 The Financial Express:  The Emergence of Premium Blended Learning Programs

2012.  US News – Economic Intelligence:  The Benefit of Open Online Classes

2012.  Forbes India.  An Indian Path for 21st Century University Creation

2012.  US News – Economic Intelligence:  What Higher Education Can Learn From the Banking Industry

2012.  Forbes India.  3 Reasons why India will lead EdTech in the 21st Century

2012.  US News – Economic Intelligence.  Open Online Courses Are No Substitutes for Classroom Learning

2011. Chapter “Embrace Learning from For-Profits” in Reflections on the Future of Accreditation.  Council on Higher Education Accreditation. 

2011 Dartmouth News, A Conversation With Our Student Hacker Club

2010 Introduction to ECAR Students and Information Technology Study, 2010: Reading This Study With Our Students - What We Think We Know and Where We Should Invest  EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research.

2010 MANAGING THE FLOOD OF CURRICULAR MEDIA: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES AND OPPORTUNITIES.  Wainhouse Research, Distance Education and E-Learning Research

2010 Moving Beyond the Org Chart: Library and IT Collaboration for Course Design and Support, (Research Bulletin, Issue). Boulder, CO:  EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research

2010. EDUCAUSE / IHE Toward a Product Evaluation Framework

2009 Capturing Lectures: No Brainer or Sticky Wicket? (Research Bulletin, Issue 24). Boulder, CO:  EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research

2008 with Barbara Knauff.  Business Cards of the Future.  EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 43, no. 6 (November/December 2008) New Horizons

2005The Decline of Demand."Mortgage Banking, with George S. Masnick

2002 “Household and Local Labor Determinants of Economic Well-Being in the State of West Virginia:" in R. Althouse and B. Keith (eds) Inside West Virginia: Public Opinion and Policy Perspectives in the 1990s. West Virginia University Press.

2000 Trends and Future Directions in the Academic Job Market for Ph.D.s in Sociology: A Research Note. The American Sociologist

1999 Can what is Right with Sociology Fix what is Wrong with Sociology? A View from the Comeback Generation. The American Sociologist