014 Professor Allison Littlejohn

March 29, 2019 00:29:20
014 Professor Allison Littlejohn
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
014 Professor Allison Littlejohn
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Show Notes

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 AshleyCoombes Business Photos

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/014-Allison-Littlejohn-Final.mp3 | recorded December 2018

Allison’s online profile: https://iet.open.ac.uk/people/allison.littlejohn

Allison’s blog: https://littlebylittlejohn.com/

Nominated works (free to access):

Nominated works (require purchase):

Allison’s Open Research Online (ORO) page: http://oro.open.ac.uk/view/person/ahl69.html

Twitter: @allisonl

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