042 Professor Don Olcott, Jr.

July 02, 2020 00:34:56
042 Professor Don Olcott, Jr.
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
042 Professor Don Olcott, Jr.
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Professor Don Olcott, Jr. has held academic posts across the world and is well known for his scholarly work and professional membership in distance and online education. Don has multiple research interests and rich experience as you'll learn in this interview.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/042-Don-Olcott-final.mp3 | recorded June 2020

Don's extended profile: Shared Google document

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Twitter: @DonOlcott

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