053 Sir John Daniel

January 21, 2021 00:31:57
053 Sir John Daniel
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
053 Sir John Daniel
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Sir John Daniel has made a pivotal contribution to open, distance and online learning across his impressive career, which has to date included being Vice Chancellor of The Open University UK, Assistant Director-General for Education at UNESCO and President of the Commonwealth of Learning. Sir John’s insight and thinking is widely known for its clarity and practicality. 

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/053-Sir-John-Daniel-Final.mp3 | recorded January 2021

Sir John’s profile (also links to publications): https://sirjohn.ca/

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Sir John’s contact details and links to multiple presentations and articles are freely available from https://sirjohn.ca/.

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