037 Dr Neil Fassina

March 19, 2020 00:32:57
037 Dr Neil Fassina
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
037 Dr Neil Fassina
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Dr Neil Fassina is President of Athabasca University, and President of ICDE. Neil brings a strong academic background to his work. In this interview Neil talks about the Imagine: Transforming Lives, Transforming Communities that is reshaping one of the world's leading ODL universities.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/037-Neil-Fassina-Final.mp3 | recorded March 2020

Neil's profile: http://president.athabascau.ca/

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Twitter: @neilfassina

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