035 Dr Stephen Murgatroyd

January 31, 2020 00:22:07
035 Dr Stephen Murgatroyd
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
035 Dr Stephen Murgatroyd
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Show Notes

Dr Stephen Murgatroyd is an e-learning consultant who continues to work globally at the highest levels of education. He seeks to continuously prod education decision-makers toward disruptive innovation and making a positive difference. 

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/035-Stephen-Murgatroyd-Final.mp3| recorded December 2019

Stephen's profile: http://stephenmurgatroyd.me/

Stephen's blog: https://themurgatroydblog.blogspot.com/

Nominated links (free to access):

Stephen also writes the Worth Reading summaries for Online Learning News. In addition, there are a range of presentations available at Slideshare.Net: https://www.slideshare.net/murgatroyd.

Published works (requiring purchase):

Twitter: @murgatroydsteph

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-murgatroyd-phd-fbpss-frsa-08b10b/

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