|11/24/20||Bob Doyle Interview with Chris Miller and Tony Pina||In this podcast, Chris Miller, Professor of Education, interim dean of the College of Education, and Chair of the Department of Foundational and Graduate Studies at Morehead State University and Tony Pina, Associate Provost for Teaching and Learning at Sullivan University in Louisville, Ky, will discuss their book series, Leadership and Best Practices in Educational Technology.
The works will highlight the best-known authors writing on the latest topics in educational technology. The inspiration for the series came from Miller and Pina’s book, Lessons in Leadership in the Field of Educational Technology. Their goal is to fill a gap in current publishing regarding the accomplishments and research of leaders in the field.
|11/11/19||Krista Glazewski, editor of the journal, Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning.||In this podcast, I interviewed Krista Glazewski, Associate professor and Department Chair of instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University. Her main research area is Learning through Complex Problem Solving, Problem-Based Learning, Scaffolding, Technology-Rich Problem Solving.
Prof. Glazewski is the editor of the journal, Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning. The journal publishes relevant, interesting, and challenging articles of research, analysis, or promising practice related to all aspects of implementing problem-based learning (PBL) in K–12 and post-secondary classrooms. Moreover, it is an open-access journal.|
|05/30/19||Elizabeth Boling is the Founding Editor and Current Editor-In-Chief of the International Journal of Designs for Learning||Elizabeth Boling describes the articles and philosophy of the publication, International Journal of Designs for Learning.|
|02/06/19||Robert Kenny Discusses the New Journal of Formative Design in Learning||Robert Kenny is the Editor-in-Chief of this journal that bridges the gap between theory and practice by providing reflective practitioners in teaching and learning with a single source of scholarly papers that discuss new developments and their impact on the field. The peer-reviewed journal is designed to help less-experienced authors understand the submission, review, and publication process.|
|08/28/18||MJ Bishop talks about the 5th edition of the Handbook of Research on Educational Communication (14mins 54sec)||Now the lead editor, MJ Bishop discusses the evolution and research agenda for the 5th edition of the Handbook of Research on Educational Communication |
|07/09/18||Barbara Locke Talks about the Major Reference Work (13min16sec)||Barbara discusses the importance and significance of The Major Reference Work, Learning, Design, and Technology: An International Compendium of Theory, Research, Practice and Policy|
|07/09/18||Barbara Locke Talks about the Major Reference Work (Excerpt:1min07sec)|
|07/09/18||Tristan Johnson about ETR&D (19 min 43 sec)||Tristan Johnson editor of our journal, Educational Technology Research and Development, discusses the journal and publication process.|
|07/09/18||Tristan Johnson about ETR&D (Excerpt 1 min 32 sec)|
|07/09/18||Charles Hodges and Tech Trends (14 min 46 sec)||Charles Hodges discusses our flagship journal, Tech Trends and his role as editor.|
|07/09/18||Charles Hodges and Tech Trends (Excerpt:47 sec)|