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Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast

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The folks of Trent Online, and the greater community of online educators in the Trent Community, get together to talk about how to make online learning a little less lonely, a little less distant, and a little more human.
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In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, Terry Greene chats with Haroon Akhram-Lodhi. Haroon is a Professor in the Department of International Development Studies at Trent. Throughout these past few remote-teaching semesters, Haroon has converted his lectures in to multiple bite-sized podcasts for learners to listen to at their convenience. Tune in to find out how the four courses (Peasants, Food and Agrarian Change, Issues in Global Inequality, The World Food System, and Human Inequality in Global Perspective) have been (and will continue to be) affected by these podcasts.
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, Terry Greene chats with fellow Trent Online peers Stephanie Park and Christian Metaxas, about their plans and schemes to host an offering of the Ontario Extend Program, which empowers educators in the digital teaching realm. We liken it to off-season training for teaching with technology. Listen in and consider joining us for the Ontario Extend mOOC (minor/medium-sized Open Online Course) in the spring!
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, co-hosts Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene chat with one of their fellow E-Learning Designers, Stephanie Park, about her work supporting Trent faculty transition their courses to remote delivery over the summer and fall. It's the last episode before Christmas break, so we also play a Christmas Ghost Game!
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, co-hosts Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene chat with Trent Online's eLearning Technologists, Josh Andrews and Christian Metaxas, about their pivotal, heroic roles in the Trent Online community.
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, co-hosts Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene chat with Trent University's sole Astronomer on faculty, Dr. David Patton, about how we took a first year Astronomy course into a new, online space!
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, co-hosts Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene chat with Dr. Liana Brown about how she worked with us to build an online version of her third year Sensation and Perception course. A touchy subject!
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, Terry Greene chats with fellow eLearning Designer Dr. Kristine Weglarz about an exciting piece of equipment that Trent Online has at its disposal: the lightboard. We discuss how it works, what it can do, and how Trent Online can help faculty use it to make these captivating instructional videos.
In this episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, co-hosts Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene chat with Dr. Else Marie Knudsen about how she worked to build not just an online version for her Social Work 1000 course, but also an entire community centre to go with it.
In this first proper episode of the Not-So-Distant Learning Podcast, co-hosts Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene chat with Professor Amanda Paxton about how working with Trent Online to create an online version of her course "Write In Time" was like constraint-based poetry.
The Kick Off Episode

The Kick Off Episode

2020-10-0819:14

In the inaugural episode of the Not So Distant Learning Podcast, Fergal O' Hagan, Maureen Glynn and Terry Greene talk about the work of Trent Online, its team members, and how they'd like to use their shiny new podcast to help grow a close online learning community.
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