020 Adjunct Professor Dr Mark Bullen

June 20, 2019 00:27:30
020 Adjunct Professor Dr Mark Bullen
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
020 Adjunct Professor Dr Mark Bullen
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Show Notes

Dr Mark Bullen has extensive international experience across distance education, e-learning and educational technology. His work is particularly focussed on the digital learner, though his contribution to the field goes much further.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/020-Mark-Bullen-Final.mp3 | recorded April 2019

Mark’s online profile: http://markbullen.ca

Digital Learners in Higher Education website: http://digitallearners.ca

Nominated works (free to access):

Nominated work (may require purchase):

Twitter: @markbullen

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