List of episodes
032 Mike Kwet
December 05, 2019
Michael Kwet is a Visiting Fellow of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. His perspective of big data and corporate involvement in education invites us to reconsider our assumptions about analytics and automated education. This episode will get you thinking!
031 Stephen Downes
November 26, 2019
Stephen Downes is Senior Research Officer with the National Research Council in Canada. He has a deep history in online education and his writings, regular newsletter (the OLDaily) and international keynotes mean it's likely he's already influenced your practice and thinking.
030 Shanan Holm
November 07, 2019
Shanan Holm is Chief Technology Officer with Open Polytechnic and General Manager of iQualify, a popular, home-grown online learning management system that began life as an intrapreneurial lean startup. Shanan's career has more of an IT background than our other guests however his broad-based work in education technology continues to influence online education. ...
029 Distinguished Professor Rich Mayer
October 24, 2019
Distinguished Professor Rich Mayer is a psychologist who, in his own words, is engaged in "applying the science of learning to education". Rich's insight is well-grounded in research, and his work will be of interest to all seeking to provide effective education online.
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.