In exploring the potential of computer-mediated pedagogies, Bryan focuses on the relationship between these, the interdisciplinary liberal arts, and the broader development of our technology-inflected culture. In addition to his writing and research, Bryan maintains the NITLE Prediction Markets, which leverages the collective intelligence of traders in a game environment in order to predict developments relevant to the future of liberal education.
Bryan holds a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and taught English and information technology studies as faculty at Centenary College of Louisiana. Bryan lives up in the Green Mountains of Vermont with his beloved family, many animals, and a great many trees. There he bakes, lifts weights, carries wood, and thinks about movies.