056 Dr Afsaneh Sharif

April 15, 2021 00:30:44
056 Dr Afsaneh Sharif
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
056 Dr Afsaneh Sharif
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Instructional design is foundational to effective online education. In this episode Dr Afsaneh Sharif, researcher, consultant, instructional designer, e-learning specialist, faculty liaison and project manager with the University of British Columbia, shares insight from her 20+ years of practice and scholarship.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/056-Afsaneh-Sharif-Final.mp3 | recorded March 2021

Afsaneh’s online profile: https://ctlt.ubc.ca/people/afsaneh-sharif-phd/

Afsaneh’s LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/afsaneh-sharif-2406b669/?originalSubdomain=ca

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Twitter: @afsanehs

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