018 Professor Jon Dron

May 24, 2019 00:29:29
018 Professor Jon Dron
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
018 Professor Jon Dron
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Show Notes

Professor Jon Dron was a musician before developing an interest in the professorial lifestyle – and his interest in computers and education. His work in online education spans multiple publications emphasising social media, motivation and online pedagogies. Jon’s work has always sought to challenge and improve online learning practice. Jon and I talked via Skype.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/018-Jon-Dron-Final.mp3 | recorded March 2019

Jon’s online profile: https://jondron.ca/

Link to works: https://jondron.ca/publications/

Nominated works (free to access):

Nominated works (may require purchase):

Twitter: @jondron

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