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Multitasking in the Digital Age (Full Program) (Episode 134)

posted on January 30, 2008

The internet, cell phones, iPods, and more - how are multitasking gadgets changing the way we gather information, communicate, socialize, work and learn? From individual behavior to personal relationships and society as a whole, the electronic revolution has generated concern about human evolution. Program guest will include Michael Bugeja, director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, Iowa State University and author of "Interpersonal Divide;" and Jan R. Bartlett, Ph.D., associate professor, Graduate Coordinator for Counseling, University of Northern Iowa (27:47)

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