Founder and Director of Living Online Lab, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to teaching the Digital Revolution Former foreign correspondent for The Globe & Mail, The New Statesman, other international publications, radio and TV.
Reuben Loewy is an educator, writer, and communications expert, who teaches Internet Studies and Humanities at Princeton International School. Reuben established Living Online Lab, a nonprofit organization based in Princeton, to promote and teach Internet Studies in schools worldwide. In his previous career as a foreign correspondent, Reuben reported from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and the Balkans, for The Globe & Mail, The New Statesman, and other media (see portfolio). Born in London, Reuben is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science (M.Phil., International Relations). He has lived and worked in England, Scandinavia, Africa, and the Middle East before settling in Princeton, New Jersey. For more information, see "Digital Natives, Yet Strangers to the Web", The Atlantic (April 21, 2015) and "Educator: Digital 'Curriculum Needs to Catch Up With Reality'", Education World (April 24, 2015)