058 Dr Mohsen Keshavarz

July 15, 2021 00:24:34
058 Dr Mohsen Keshavarz
Leaders & Legends of Online Learning
058 Dr Mohsen Keshavarz
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Dr Mohsen Keshavarz is Director of the Virtual Education Center of Torbat Heydariyeh University of Medical Sciences. He has a PhD in the area of virtual education planning and is an energetic advocate of distance learning in his home country of Iran, having translated Tony Bates’s book Teaching in a digital age to Persian in addition to several other projects, some with international collaborators.

Interview: https://episodes.castos.com/onlinelearninglegends/058-Mohsen-Keshavarz-Final.mp3 | recorded June 2021

Mohsen’s online profile: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6350-2070

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