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Professor Katie Day Good

Katie Day

Associate Professor of Strategic Communication, Miami University, United States



Katie Day Good's research focuses on the roles that emerging technologies play in education, civic engagement, and everyday life. Her interests include the critical study of educational technology, global media and information, and the interplay between digital and material culture. Good is co-founder and lead facilitator of Little Tech, an educational consultancy dedicated to teaching digital literacy and online/offline wellbeing, which was launched in 2022 with support from the Digital Literacy Accelerator of the Office of Educational Technology of the U.S. Department of Education. Good's research has been supported by the Fulbright Program, the Social Science Research Council, and the American Association of University Women. Her writings have appeared in venues such as The MIT Press, Slate, The Washington Post, and



  • Bring the World to the Child: Technologies of Global Citizenship in American Education (MIT Press, 2020)
  • Toward Global and Local Histories of Educational Technology (with Barbara Hof; in Learning, Media, and Technology, forthcoming)
  • From Scrapbook to Facebook: A History of Personal Media Assemblage and Archives (New Media and Society, 2013)


Educational technology, digital media, social media, youth media, digital rights and wellbeing, civic technology.
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