Dr. Stephen Carradini
About Dr. Carradini
Dr. Stephen Carradini is an assistant professor of technical communication at Arizona State University. He teaches and researches digital ethics and the effects of emerging technologies on professional activity. Recent research projects include studies of the ethics of artificial intelligence for business communication, effective communication in Kickstarter campaigns, the impact of mobile MMORPG Lords Mobile on workplaces, and smartphone use by Generation Z employees in the workplace.
Events for English Week
"Digital Ethics: What Is and Can Be"
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.; Plaster Student Union Traywick Parliamentary Room (PSU 313)
This faculty workshop will introduce several ways to engage students with digital ethics related to professional work. Following a brief explanation of digital ethics, activities will include identification and evaluation of ethics in a crisis situation, and imaginative application of ethics to unresolved issues in professional digital activity. Faculty will work in small groups as a demonstration of what one might ask students to do in a classroom.
Student Conference Presentation
"Social media and Podcasting for Technical Communicators: Concepts and Practicalities"
9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m; Glass Hall, room 108
The emergence of podcasting and social media in professional spaces has given technical communicators new avenues. What are those avenues, and why should they matter to technical communicators and their organizations? After a look at the landscape of new media in technical communication, attendees will hear practical ways to get started in these arenas.