Given the demands of my job and family obligations, I reserve little time for correspondence. I prefer to dedicate my time to the deep work of developing my writing, teaching, and web skills, as well as other projects. I infrequently check my social media feeds and my default is not to respond to email. I can be hard to reach. That being said, I’m more likely to respond if the email follows the guidelines below.
Interesting links and resources
I’m very fortunate that my friends, colleagues, and followers of my work send me interesting links and resources related to my research, professional practice, or blog. These resources often help spark new ideas and directions and I’m grateful to everyone who takes the time to pass these resources along. If I post what you send me, I’ll be sure to credit you. You can pass along links and resources directly to interesting [at] erikchristiansen [dot] net. Please keep these coming!
Potential collaborations or feedback on my work
From time-to-time I will post updates on this website – mostly links to newly published works or recent conference presentations I’ve done. Occasionally I blog about education related topics or my research, but not often. I also post links to my recent Tech Bytes blog posts. I always welcome feedback on, or questions about, any of my work. If you’re a fellow scholar in a related field, or avid blogger of technology, and you’d like to discuss a potential collaboration, you can send a message using the form below.
(The content on this page was inspired by Cal Newport’s website)