List of episodes
028 Distinguished Professor Emeritus Michael G. Moore
October 11, 2019
Named as “one of the 128 most important, influential, innovative and interesting thinkers on education of all time” (The Routledge Encyclopedia of Educational Thinkers, 2016), Distinguished Professor Emeritus Michael G. Moore is internationally recognized for establishing the scholarly study of distance education, nowadays widely referred to as e-learning and online learning, and for pioneering the practice of teaching online.
027 Adjunct Professor Diane Janes
September 28, 2019
Adjunct Professor Diane Janes has a strong history as an online educator across Canada. Across her career to date she has worked in instructional design, online teaching and education leadership, and her breadth of scholarship and well-grounded perspective make this a very interesting interview.
026 Professor Sandra Wills
September 12, 2019
Sandra Wills recently retired as Professor and Pro Vice Chancellor of Learning and Teaching at Charles Sturt University, New South Wales, Australia. Sandra has as very broad experience across education spanning four decades and her work in multimedia, distance and e-learning is internationally recognised.
025 Mary Burgess
August 31, 2019
Mary Burgess speaks from a wealth of experience as an online education practitioner. Her work as Executive Director of BC Campus is well grounded, and so is her perspective of online education. Mary also has a deep commitment to open educational practice and the OER Consortium.
024 Associate Professor Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams
August 18, 2019
Cheryl Hodgkinson-Williams is UNESCO Chair in Open Education and Social Justice. She was involved in the development of the Cape Town Open Education Declaration, which inspired her subsequent local and international work. Cheryl has a deep history in technology-enhanced education and an ongoing commitment to open scholarship and practice.