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John L. Fodor PhD

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Executive Director

Phone: (845) ***-****  HQ Phone
Educational Media Resources , Inc.
45 Tall Oaks Dr.
Kingston , New York 12401
United States

Company Description: EMR is a not-for-profit corporation specializing in educational programs. Our educational software programs provide you with interactive multimedia tools that...   more
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Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • PhD , Philosophy
    Washington University
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John Fodor, PhD
President
John has worked in the field of educational technology for over 20 years. He is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Information Technology Impact and was an Editorial consultant to the Journal of Interactive Learning Research. He is a Founding Member of the International Society for Ethics and Information Technology (INSEIT), and the Executive Director of Educational Media Resources (ILT's not-for-profit company). As an academic, he was the Director of the Center for Technology and Pedagogy at Southern Connecticut State University where he instructed faculty on how to create new - or enhance existing - online courses. Prior to this position, he was the Senior Research Associate for the Center on Computing and Society, and Associate Professor of Philosophy. His teaching and research focused on the impact of computing technologies on human values. John earned a PhD in Philosophy from Washington University, and a post-doc EdM in Technology in Education from Harvard. His academic work has been underwritten by several grants from the National Science Foundation. He sat on grant review committees for both the National Science Foundation and US Department of Education. As a media producer and software developer he has received Emmy, AXIEM, Calop, Cheta, Communicator, and International CINDY Awards.
Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society
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John L. Fodor John L. Fodor is executive director of Educational Media Resources, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation specializing in educational programming, and he is also the senior researcher at the Research Center on Computing and Society at Southern Connecticut State University. His work and research focus on computer and information ethics. He has produced and directed more than a dozen video documentaries on computing and human values including: Teaching Computer Ethics; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; and Privacy in the Computer Age. Fodor is co-editor (with Bynum and Maner) of: Teaching Computing and Human Values; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; Computing and Privacy, Computing Security, Ownership of Software and Intellectual Property, and Human Value Issues in Academic Computing. As a media producer and director he has won AXIEM, Calop, Cheta, Communicator, Emmy and International Cindy Awards.
Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society
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John L. Fodor John L. Fodor is executive director of Educational Media Resources, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation specializing in educational programming, and he is also the senior researcher at the Research Center on Computing and Society at Southern Connecticut State University. His work and research focus on computer and information ethics. He has produced and directed more than a dozen video documentaries on computing and human values including: Teaching Computer Ethics; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; and Privacy in the Computer Age. Fodor is co-editor (with Bynum and Maner) of: Teaching Computing and Human Values; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; Computing and Privacy, Computing Security, Ownership of Software and Intellectual Property, and Human Value Issues in Academic Computing. As a media producer and director he has won AXIEM, Calop, Cheta, Communicator, Emmy and International Cindy Awards.
Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society
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John L. Fodor John L. Fodor is executive director of Educational Media Resources, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation specializing in educational programming, and he is also the senior researcher at the Research Center on Computing and Society at Southern Connecticut State University. His work and research focus on computer and information ethics. He has produced and directed more than a dozen video documentaries on computing and human values including: Teaching Computer Ethics; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; and Privacy in the Computer Age. Fodor is co-editor (with Bynum and Maner) of: Teaching Computing and Human Values; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; Computing and Privacy, Computing Security, Ownership of Software and Intellectual Property, and Human Value Issues in Academic Computing. As a media producer and director he has won AXIEM, Calop, Cheta, Communicator, Emmy and International Cindy Awards.
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John L. Fodor John L. Fodor is executive director of Educational Media Resources, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation specializing in educational programming, and he is also the senior researcher at the Research Center on Computing and Society at Southern Connecticut State University. His work and research focus on computer and information ethics. He has produced and directed more than a dozen video documentaries on computing and human values including: Teaching Computer Ethics; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; and Privacy in the Computer Age. Fodor is co-editor (with Bynum and Maner) of: Teaching Computing and Human Values; Equity and Access to Computing Resources; Computing and Privacy, Computing Security, Ownership of Software and Intellectual Property, and Human Value Issues in Academic Computing. As a media producer and director he has won AXIEM, Calop, Cheta, Communicator, Emmy and International Cindy Awards.
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