For a more professional take on things, you can check out my CV and publications.

A schmancy bio is below:

Rafi Santo is a researcher, educator, designer and activist. Currently a doctoral candidate in the Learning Sciences at Indiana University, his interests focus on the digital culture, technology education and the informal learning sector. He leads research on organizational learning, collaboration and innovation in networks within Hive Research Lab, a research-practice partnership between Mozilla Hive NYC Learning Network, Indiana University, and New York University. His work on Hacker Literacies has appeared in journals including International Journal of Learning and Media and Digital Culture & Education, he is co-author of a four volume book series on digital making and systems thinking from MIT Press called Interconnections: Understanding Systems through Digital Design, and he serves on the editorial board of the journal Digital Culture & Education. Prior to starting his doctoral work, Rafi was a Senior Program Associate at the youth development organization Global Kids in their digital learning division.

Hi there.

Rafi in thailand, smiling

If you're reading this, then you've reached the web log of Rafi Santo. This is my little slice of the internet where I can share my passion (or whatever) with the world.

Research. Meditation. Learning theory. Spirituality. Activism. Cooking. New Media. Pedagogy. Photography. It's all fair game, and will likely coalesce into some unholy mixture thereof. But hey, that's the integral life.



%d bloggers like this: