In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Carolyn Shaw, Professor and Chair of the Wichita State Political Science Department to talk about some really awesome new ways she is using social media to reach out to connect online students from all over the world. Some really good info in this one, so take a listen!
Dr. Carolyn Schmidt and Caleb Wilson discuss what the department is working on, what’s coming down the line, and teases some things we can’t quiiiite tell you yet.
Shirlene Small sits in for our latest Unknown Issues episode. She is a full time lecturer at Wichita State and is known for her engaging presentations. Take a listen as Shirlene presents some of the ways she is able to consistently keep students interested in an online environment.
Dan Close is an Associate Professor with the Elliott School of Communications here at Wichita State University. He stopped by to chat with us about great lessons he’s learned from teaching large online classes that will apply to anyone preparing to teach their own online courses.
We’re keeping with the theme of covering WSU TV by sitting down to talk with Greg Matthias, Manager of Video Services and Cable Television for WSU TV. In our discussion, Greg tells us about his work, his team, and the future of content on campus.
What are those giant dishes behind the library for? How difficult is it to switch from an analog to a digital signal? What does “going digital” mean for WSU TV and the Wichita State University campus as a whole? Discover those answers and more as we sit down with Chief Television Engineer for WSU TV, Marty Heffner!
The Unknown Issues podcast team sits down with Sarah Jane Crespo of KMUW to talk about some exciting new changes for the station, their pledge drive, and the best marketing swag (long live the canvas tote bag)!
We’re joined by the Media Resources Center Director John Jones to introduce our new Manager of Instructional Design and Technology (and familiar voice on the Unknown Issues podcast), Dr. Carolyn Schmidt!
Dr. John Perry stops by the Unknown Issues podcast to discuss the economics of textbooks and the more cost effective alternatives available to teachers and students.