“EDUCAUSE publishes two papers that debate the implications of personalized news for education and society. The first — in favor of personalized news — says such “widens the horizons” of participants and shifts the balance of power from provider to consumer. The second contends that personalization creates tunnel vision and lets consumers protect themselves from adversarial topics.
Twenty Years of Personalization: All about the “Daily Me” by Walter Bender
MyUniversity.com? Personalized Education and Personalized News by Cass R. Sunstein” [TVC Alert]