055 Dr Lorraine Carter

April 02, 2021 00:32:14
055 Dr Lorraine Carter
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
055 Dr Lorraine Carter
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Dr. Lorraine Carter is Director of McMaster University Continuing Education. She is an award-winning online educator with an emphasis on instructional design, and has an extensive publication history. Lorraine’s commitment to teamwork, focus on education as cultivation, and track record make her a true leader of online learning. 

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/055-Lorraine-Carter-Final.mp3 | recorded March 2021

Lorraine’s LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorrainecartermcmastercce/

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