Join Terry Greene as he and his guests get some air time to discuss technology-enabled and open learning practices in Ontario Post-Secondary Education.
Dr. Valerie Irvine
Gettin' Air with Dr. Valerie Irvine, Director of the Technology, Integration and Innovation Research Lab (TIE Lab) at the University of Victoria, and President of the Open/Technology in Education, Society, & Scholarship (OTESSA). Valerie joins the show to chat about her recent piece in EDUCAUSE, The Landscape of Merging Modalities, and to share details on the soon to be closing Call for Proposals for #OTESSA21.
Sundi Richard and Daniel Lynds (Part Two)
Sundi and Daniel return to report on their experience as the Davidson College Digital Learning Team navigated the "pivot". And to share the newest tune from their band Glass Pocket!
Benjamin Doxtdater (@doxtdatorb)teaches Middle School English Language Arts at The International School of Brussels. He writes and podcasts at longviewoneducation.org. We chat about the ins and outs of taking that long view on education (and parenting!)
Hannah McGregor (@hkpmcgregor) is Assistant Professor of Publishing at Simon Fraser University. Hear how the Witch, Please and Secret Feminist Agenda podcasts lead Hannah to create the Amplify Podcast Network for scholarly podcasting.
Erin Rose Glass
Erin Rose Glass (@erinroseglass) is a digital researcher and educator focused on open source software, digital infrastructure, ed tech and ethics, and online community. Erin and Terry chat about her work on the Ethical Ed-Tech Wiki, the Student Syllabus Statement and more of her critical, ethical approach to technology in education.
Bryan Mathers (@BryanMMathers). If you've ever had the chance to look at the stickers tattooed on an educational technologist's laptop, chances are you've come across some of Bryan's @visualthinkery. In this episode, we chat about how words going into Bryan's ear turns to art coming out of his stylus.