032 Mike Kwet

December 05, 2019 00:30:01
032 Mike Kwet
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
032 Mike Kwet
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Michael Kwet is a Visiting Fellow of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. His perspective of big data and corporate involvement in education invites us to reconsider our assumptions about analytics and automated education. This episode will get you thinking!

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/032-Mike-Kwet-Final.mp3 | recorded September 2019

Mike's profile: https://law.yale.edu/mike-kwet

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Twitter: @Michael_Kwet

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