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A virtual salon for real academics in online classrooms

In keeping with a tradition started in Season One, Dan spoke with a panel of alums from programs featured in some of our Fall 2020 episodes — North Carolina A&T’s Online Master of Science in Agricultural Education from Episode 19, Growth Edge; Virginia Tech’s Online Master of Natural Resources from Episode 17, Field & Screen, and the Online Program in Digital Content Strategy at University of Kansas, from Episode 16, Role Rehearsal.

As educators, we try to create a learning environment that is inspiring, efficient, and above all meets a course’s stated learning objectives. Online learning is, by its very nature, conducive to innovative techniques. But, as with any creative endeavor, there will be hits and misses. So… how are we doing? What can we do to make learning outcomes even better?

Following Dan’s conversation with our guests, I’ll join him for a debrief and a preview of Season Three’s topics.

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