List of episodes
015 Dr Wayne Holmes
April 11, 2019
Dr Wayne Holmes started as a teacher, film-maker and head of research for an education charity, before moving into academia. His interests in the learning sciences and innovation has led to him researching the application of AI in education and to critical reviews of how education might be enhanced. We talked in the Jennie Lee building at the Open University UK.
014 Professor Allison Littlejohn
March 29, 2019
Professor Allison Littlejohn is a well-published and project-grounded expert in online education. Her emphasis on learning draws on a rich understanding of adult education and industry-based practice. We talked in the Jennie Lee building at the Open University. Allison's photo available from
013 Dr Patrina Law
March 14, 2019
Dr Patrina Law is a researcher and practitioner of open learning, and so has an informed perspective on the dynamics of open education and the characteristics of open learners. Patrina talks in particular about the development of OpenLearn. We talked in the Jennie Lee building at the Open University.
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.
011 Professor Peter Taylor
February 14, 2019
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.