Here is a sample of several media interviews. The link between the articles and what was actually said at the interviews is sometimes loose, but they did spell my name right.
Haaretz (Hebrew): “What is the difference between a teacher and a washing machine?”: A blog post on innovation in educational technologies, on the futility of trying to replace teachers with technology, and on the potential of educational technologies to enhance and empower human teaching.
Haaretz (Hebrew): “email is not dead, and there is no secret formula to organizing your inbox”: About our findings in the JASIST paper “Filing, piling and everything in between: The dynamics of email inbox management”
Calcalist (Hebrew): “They did not do their homework”: MOOCs’ move through the hype cycle
Calcalist (Hebrew): “The AI trap: The article robots do not want you to read”: Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and I opine about the future of AI and human employment…
Globes (Hebrew): “The new trends in academia, 2014”: About MOOCs and other online education trends in higher education
Calcalist (Hebrew): “The end of on-campus education?”: About online academic education
YNET (Hebrew): “A student from Sudan is studying at the Open University”: About the MOOC project at the Open University
Calcalist (Hebrew): “Calcalist panel”: On brain drain in Israeli academia
Harvard Business Review: “Death by information overload”
The Guardian: “The new fast ways of keeping in touch are driving us further apart”