List of episodes
012 Professor Paul Kirschner
February 28, 2019
Distinguished University Professor Paul A. Kirschner has a background in education, educational design, and educational psychology, which he draws on to critique and promote sound instruction in online education. Paul has a clear and important message for those seeking to teach well (effectively, efficiently, enjoyably) in online settings.
Professor Peter Taylor is making the most of online education as an organic chemist. His story reveals how computer assisted learning has changed his practice over the years, and the timeless value of taking an educational approach. We talked in the Jennie Lee building at The Open University UK.
010 Professor Terry Anderson
February 01, 2019
Emeritus Professor Terry Anderson has contributed a great deal to online education theory and is an active promoter of scholarship. His interactional equivalence theorem and involvement with the Community of Inquiry framework make him a genuine leader & legend of online learning. We talked via Skype.
009 Associate Professor Maha Bali
January 21, 2019
Associate Professor Maha Bali is an active critic and enthusiastic supporter of online learning. Her work with Virtually Connecting and Equity Unbound are examples of her dedication to improving access and openness online. Maha has an important perspective on online education that I’m certain will inform and challenge you.
Dr Irwin DeVries has had an extensive career including heading up Thompson Rivers University's Open Learning Division. Irwin shares what makes him tick, and how the phrase "think student" has shaped his innovation and practice. Irwin is a long-standing advocate of open education and has a rich perspective on technology enhanced learning. He is a recipient of the BCcampus Award for Excellence in Open Education. We talked via Skype.