004 Professor António Teixeira

December 05, 2018 00:33:23
004 Professor António Teixeira
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
004 Professor António Teixeira
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Show Notes

António is a Professor at Universidade Aberta, the Portuguese Open University. He is also a Senior Fellow and recent President of EDEN, and he joined me via Skype from Lisbon. António has been involved in some impressive online and distance education projects, as you’ll hear from this conversation.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/004-Antonio-Teixeira-Final.mp3 | recorded September 2018

António’s online profile (also links to projects): www.eden-online.org/nap_elgg/pg/profile/teixeira

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/antonio.m.teixeira

Twitter: @antonioteix

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