002 Dr Tannis Morgan

December 05, 2018 00:22:23
002 Dr Tannis Morgan
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
002 Dr Tannis Morgan
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Show Notes

Dr Tannis Morgan is doing some wonderful online learning work, building on a firm understanding of distance education theory and a dedication to open learning and OERs. Tannis and I connected over Skype, where it was easy to sense the blue-sky Vancouver day.

Interviewhttps://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/002-Tannis-Morgan-Final.mp3 | recorded May 2018

Tannis’s online profile: https://homonym.ca/about/

Tannis’s works: https://homonym.ca/presentations-and-publications/

OER language blog mentionedhttp://oloer.opened.ca

Twitter: @tanbob

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