029 Distinguished Professor Rich Mayer

October 24, 2019 00:27:26
029 Distinguished Professor Rich Mayer
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
029 Distinguished Professor Rich Mayer
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Distinguished Professor Rich Mayer is a psychologist who, in his own words, is engaged in “applying the science of learning to education”. Rich’s insight is well-grounded in research, and his work will be of interest to all seeking to provide effective education online.

Rich Mayer

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/029-Rich-Mayer-Final.mp3 | recorded June 2019

Rich’s profile: https://www.psych.ucsb.edu/people/faculty/richard-mayer

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