057 Professor Asha Kanwar

May 20, 2021 00:27:30
057 Professor Asha Kanwar
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
057 Professor Asha Kanwar
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Professor Asha Kanwar is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Commonwealth of Learning. She is a well-known international conference speaker, a champion of learning for sustainable development and inspires many around the globe through her publications and advocacy.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/057-Asha-Kanwar-Final.mp3 | recorded March 2021

Asha’s online profile: https://www.col.org/members/professor-asha-s-kanwar

Nominated works (free to access): http://oasis.col.org/browse?value=Kanwar%2C+Asha&type=author

Twitter: @AshaKanwarCOL

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