This week, Caleb and Carolyn talk with Jeff Pulaski and Dr. Amy Drassen Ham, co-chairs of the Online Faculty Fellows, 2015-16 cohort. Jeff & Amy took time out of their very busy start-of-the-semester schedules to tell us about the Online Faculty Fellows program and Quality Matters.
This week, Carolyn talks with Dr. Mark Porcaro, the Executive Director of Online Learning at Wichita State, about issues related to parity.
The WSU instructional design team joined the continuing education staff at the Kansas Continuing Education conference at Kansas State University on Friday July 17. They wanted to catch people’s responses as they were happening, so they taped a couple of short interviews with the top things your Shocker representatives learned throughout the day.
We recently added two new members to our design team, and it’s about time we give them a voice on the podcast! Meet Torie and Taylor!
This is our fifth podcast and I have to say, I really think we’ve hit a milestone in both quality and content. Our new microphone setup installed by our Episode 4 guest, Ryan Corcoran has paid off beyond measure. Listen to Episode 4 and then listen to Episode 5. You’ll hear the huge jump in audio quality immediately. PLUS, we have our first student guest! We talk to John, a Loyola student currently taking MOOCs about the value he sees in these classes, along with some examples of what makes or breaks a good online course.
Take a listen to our latest episode recorded right here in the Wichita State Media Resources Center! We sat down with Ryan Corcoran, our Campus Media Services Manager to discuss the role of CMS and the many ways they can help solve your media related needs!
It’s been a while, but take a listen to our latest podcast entry where we talk about the differing attitudes toward technology in education, even amongst ourselves, and why that’s not a bad thing. Enjoy!
In today’s episode IDT team members Carolyn Schmidt, Caleb Wilson, and John Jones start a long-term conversation about the efficacy of Social Media as a support for instruction.
We’re kicking off something new today: A Podcast. We’re calling it “Unknown Issues” because of the way we gnash and grind our teeth every time we hear a service provider say that a problem we’re having is a “Known Issue.”