OTO 34 Apps e-books and education

On Teaching Online podcast 34: Apps, e-books and education

Originally published 2/10/12

In this podcast I talk about the changing world of creating and publishing educational materials.

 

 

OTO 33 Evaluating online program quality with Dr. Kaye Shelton

On Teaching Online podcast 33: Evaluating online program quality with Dr. Kaye Shelton

Originally published 1/13/12

An interview with Dr. Kaye Shelton, Associate Professor at Lamar University, and author of A Quality Scorecard for the Administration of Online Education Programs: A Delphi study.

OTO 32 New web teaching tools

On Teaching Online podcast 32: New web teaching tools

Originally published 1/5/12

In this podcast Staci and I talk about a variety of online collaborative tools that are getting better and being updated all the time: Bubbl.us, DebateGraph, VoiceThread, and Scribblar.

OTO 31 Coursekit.com social network and LMS with Joe Cohen

On Teaching Online podcast 31: Coursekit.com social network and LMS with Joe Cohen

Originally published 12/10/11

In this podcast Staci and I talk with Joe Cohen of what was then Coursekit.  Coursekit began as a free social media/learning management platform for courses that brings together easy-to-use instructor tools and familiar social networking features. Now renamed Lore, the service has expanded and added improvements to the interface, design elements, and tools.

Lore’s website.

OTO 30 Dr. Jay Caulfield on hybrid course design

On Teaching Online podcast 30: Dr. Jay Caulfield on hybrid course design

Originally published 11/18/11

An interview with Dr. Jay Caulfield, author of How to Design and Teach a Hybrid Course.

Dr. Jay Caulfield is an associate professor and an associate dean at Marquette University, where she led the design of the college’s hybrid graduate degree in leadership studies. She teaches courses in leadership theory, organizational behavior, and research methods, and has extensive experience teaching over 80 hybrid courses over the past dozen years.

OTO 29 Using online interviews in education research

On Teaching Online podcast 29: Using online interviews in education research

Originally published 11/11/11

Janet Salmons talks about using online interviews as a research method and about her new book, Cases in Online Interview Research.

OTO 28 A conversation with David Warlick

On Teaching Online podcast 28: A conversation with David Warlick

Originally published 11/5/11

In this podcast well-known writer, speaker and educational technologist David Warlick talks about developing educational collaboration resources and communities like The Landmark Project, Citation Machine, Info-graphic a Day and 2 Cents Worth.

OTO 27 Every teacher has six jobs

On Teaching Online podcast 27: Every teacher has six jobs

Originally published 11/1/11

This podcast we talk about the six roles all teachers fill, and how those functions have changed in the move to online teaching.

 

OTO 26 The Innovative University with Henry Eyring

On Teaching Online podcast 26: The Innovative University with Henry Eyring

Originally published 10/24/11

Henry J. Eyring, Advancement Vice President at Brigham Young University-Idaho, is the co-author, with Clayton Christensen, of The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education from the Inside Out.

In this interview he discusses innovation in the university. Traditional universities are a cornerstone of society and culture but serious economic and organizational pressures are forcing universities to change how they operate, or risk becoming obsolete. In today’s ultra-competitive environment, how can university leaders improve an endangered system?

Eyring worked formerly as a management consultant with Monitor Company, as the director of the MBA program at BYU’s Marriott School of Management and as a mission president for the Mormon Church in Japan. He is a director of SkyWest Airlines, the world’s largest regional airline.

OTO 25 Cooking with Moodle with Silvina Hillar

On Teaching Online podcast 25: Cooking with Moodle with Silvina Hillar

Originally published 9/25/11

Silvina Hillar talks about her Moodle 2.0 Multimedia Cookbook.  Ms. Hillar is a writer, course designer, Moodler, English Teacher, and a translator in every sense– teaching English to Spanish speaking students and writing this creative and example-rich book that translates open source technologies for online teachers.

OTO 24 The online teaching survival guide with Dr. Judith Boettcher

On Teaching Online podcast 24: The online teaching survival guide with Dr. Judith Boettcher

Originally published 9/10/11

I talk with Dr. Judith Boettcher about her latest book The Online Teaching Survival Guide (written with Rita-Marie Conrad).

This book organizes many of the e-coaching tips from her work in faculty development, providing a valuable resource for any faculty grappling with developing and delivering any blended or online program. Many faculty support centers and programs are using this book as part of their faculty development programs. Dr. Boettcher, with coauthors Rita Marie Conrad and Ana Donaldson, also have a new book out, Continuing to Engage the Online Learner.