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Hannah McGregor (@hkpmcgregor) is Assistant Professor of Publishing at Simon Fraser University. Hear how the Witch, Please and Secret Feminist Agenda podcasts lead Hannah to create the Amplify Podcast Network for scholarly podcasting.

Erin Rose Glass (@erinroseglass) is a digital researcher and educator focused on open source software, digital infrastructure, ed tech and ethics, and online community. Erin and Terry chat about her work on the Ethical Ed-Tech Wiki, the Student…

Bryan Mathers (@BryanMMathers). If you’ve ever had the chance to look at the stickers tattooed on an educational technologist’s laptop, chances are you’ve come across some of Bryan’s @visualthinkery. In this episode, we chat about how words going into…

Karen Costa (@karenraycosta) is a faculty development facilitator specializing in online pedagogy and trauma awareness in higher ed. We chat about some of the things she has learned in working with and supporting thousands of faculty from around the…

In the Season 4 premier episode, Remi Kalir (@remikalir) and Terry chat about the rich history and expansive potential of social annotation in higher ed, which includes his forthcoming book on the subject, Annotation, written in partnership with…

Dr. Catherine Cronin is a critical open educator and researcher with Ireland’s National Forum for Teaching and Learning in Higher Ed and, as Sue Beckingham rightly puts it, Catherine is just ‘The Biz’. Tune in to find out what it’s like to star in a…

Martha Burtis (@mburtis) is Learning‌ ‌and‌ ‌Teaching‌ ‌Developer‌ ‌in‌ ‌the‌ ‌Open‌ ‌Co‌ ‌Lab‌ ‌at‌ ‌Plymouth‌ ‌State.‌ She has been central to the development of absolutely legendary digital learning projects like ds106 and Domain of One’s Own. We…

Rissa Sorensen-Unruh (@RissaChem) is a Chemistry and Stats prof who is also a leader in Critical Digital Pedagogy. We chat about how she deploys critical digital pedagogy in STEM through methods like ungrading and like, you know, trusting students.

Bonnie Stewart (@bonstewart) is Assistant Professor, Online Pedagogy & Workplace Learning (which is currently kind of the same thing), at the University of Windsor. We discuss Bonnie’s approach to helping those move their teaching and learning online…

Amy Collier (@amcollier) is Associate Provost for Digital Learning at Middlebury College. Last year at the Domains 19 Conference, Amy delivered a beautiful keynote presentation that aligned lessons of the Tropicálista Movement of 1960s Brazil to…

Erika Smith is an Assistant Professor and educational developer at Mount Royal University. Among other things, we chat about how she leverages nerd culture to engage in the public sphere, and the importance of human connections in open and…

Brenna Clarke Gray (@brennacgray )is Coordinator of Educational Technologies at Thompson Rivers University, Brenna began work in the ed-tech space a short seven or eight months ago. She is already killing it as a staunch advocate for thoughtful,…

Born out of the legendary #ds106radio, Jason Toal aka Dr. Jones was a part of one of the greatest moments in ed-tech history: the DJing of Audrey Watters’ @etug keynote: The Monsters of Educational Technology. Have a listen to learn more about the…

Mia Zamora, Daniel Villar-Onrubia, and Jonathan Shaw are the three co-chairs of the #OER20 conference reflect on their experience as the conference switched to an online experience at the last minute. Highlights from the conference, which was themed…

Flower Darby is author of Small Teaching Online with James M. Lang. We chat about the prolific amount of work she is putting out during the COVID pandemic to help those trying to move their courses online in a hurry.

Joining Terry today are Jonathan Lashley @lashleyed and Angela Gunder @angelagunder. In the first episode since the world went in to isolation, Angela, Jonathon and Terry discuss how things have changed for them, especially in the context of the…

Ewan McAndrew (@emcandre). Wikimedian in Residence @EdinburghUni. We chat about Wikipedia, witchcraft, Libby the Llama and Ewan’s tumultuous yet productive relationship with “best fiend”, Anne-Marie Scott (among other things).

Cable Green (@cgreen) is Interim CEO and Director of Open Education at Creative Commons. David Wiley (@opencontent) is Chief Academic Officer at Lumen Learning and the creator of the 5Rs of Open Education. Already two of the greatest sharers ever,…

Clark Shah-Nelson’s Twitter bio claims he is a “Senior Leader for Online Education” and we believe that means the leader for the entire world. This episode was recorded and broadcast live on February 3rd, 2020 in order to celebrate and talk about…

In the 100th episode of Gettin’ Air, we chat with Jesse Stommel (@jessifer). one half of the driving force behind The Digital Pedagogy Lab. All questions for Jesse were sourced from the people of #DigPed. The result is deep and direct questions from…

Valerie Irvine (@_valeriei) and Colin Madland (@colinmadland): The Open/Technology in Education, Society, and Scholarship Association (@otessa_org) is being simultaneously formed as an association while organizing its inaugural conference as part of…

David Wiley (@opencontent) is an absolute must have for a podcast about open education! He is Chief Academic Officer at Lumen Learning, the creator of the 5Rs of Open (the 5 permissions) and The Open Education Conference’s dad. In this chat we…

Terry Greene is live on voicEd Radio Monday morning at 8 AM. He welcomes guests Anne-Marie Scott and Frances Bell for an update on their extreme quilting project!

Gettin’ Air with @Pedagodzilla! The dynamic duo of Mike Collins and Mark Childs get together in a recording studio to smash a pedagogic theory together with a pop culture universe in order to make sense of it all and turn it into the Pedagodzilla…

Anne-Marie Scott (@ammienoot) chats about her impending transition from the wet cold of Edinburgh to the dry cold(er) of Edmonton as she transitions to the role of Deputy Provost at Athabasca University. Anne-Marie leaves the University of Edinburgh…

The Real D’Arcy Norman (@realdnorman) is the Manager of Learning Technology at The University of Calgary’s Taylor Institute. Topics covered include nuking yourself on social media, Norman’s law of eLearning tool convergence, and what to do when you run…

Tim Klapdor (@timklapdor) is Manager of Online Learning Design & Content at the University of Adelaide. We chat about Tim’s long history of working to bring heart and soul to the machine that is educational technology.

Heather Ross (@mctoonish) is an Educational Developer in Digital Pedagogies at the University of Saskatchewan and OER Research Fellow with the Open Education Group. We talk about the tenacious work Heather has put into the creation and adoption of…

Kate Molloy (@hey_km) is Learning Technologist @CELTNUIGalway. She describes her work on the Enhancing Digital Teaching & Learning project for the Irish Universities Association, being a 2019 @DigPedLab Fellow and getting connected with the Virtually…

Laura Gibbs (@OnlineCrsLady). has been happily teaching online at the University of Oklahoma since 2002. Laura chats about her long history of teaching online and how to do it with, without, under, over, around and beyond the LMS.

George Station (@harmonygritz) is a lecturer and research associate at California State – Monterey Bay. George has been described as a “chasm straddler” through his worked to nourish the development of Professional Learning Networks and communities…

Sue Beckingham (@suebecks) is Educational Developer and Senior Lecturer in Computing at Sheffield Hallam University. Sue chats about her recent keynote at the @A_L_T Annual Conference, how she partners with her students to harness social media for…

Sadik Shahadu (@sadike25).works to build open educational practices (#OER) in Ghana. He is a co-founder of Global Open Initiative, a Creative Commons enthusiast and a Mozilla Open Leader. We chat about all those things and more!

A cuss-free discussion in advance of Donna Lanclos (@DonnaLanclos) keynote address @eCampusOntario’s Technology + Education Seminar + Showcase #TESS2019, entitled “The Anthropologist in the Machine”.

Antonio Vantaggiato (@avunque) is from Universidad del Sagrado Corazón in Puerto Rico! Terry and Antonio chat about how he delivers his long running open and connected courses, the great student work that comes out of them and his ongoing podcast with…

Tom Woodward (@twoodwar) is Associate Director of Innovation in the @VCUALTLab. We chat about the awesome things that can happen when great educational technologists like Tom get to work with great educators. A few of those things are anth101.com,…

Jenna Azar (@JennaAzar) and Tim Clark (@floatingtim) are Instructional Design Consultants at @Muhlenberg College. We chat about the work they do in digital learning, with a particular focus on the student Digital Learning Assistants that are employed…

Keegan Long-Wheeler @KeeganSLW, Educational Technologist @OU_DigLearn. Keegan shares his love for games in education, his innovative work with the OLC Innovate conferences, and what life and work is like as he recovers from brain surgery.

Gettin’ Air with @hypervisible Professor of English at Macomb Community College. Self described as the “The Beavis of Twitter”, we chat about how he works to raise awareness of the absurd and abusive tech practices of various platforms and companies…

Tanya Spilovoy (@tanyaspilovoy) is Director of Open Policy at @wcet_info and the co-creator/lead instructor for the @SPARC_NA Open Education Leadership Program. We chat about using open education, technology and online learning to provide equitable…

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sava (@savasavasava) is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa. We chat about sava’s work critically examining the effects of technology on society, taking a particular focus on Screening Surveillance — a short film…

Vahid Masrour (@vahidm) is an open education advocate and Wikepedian. We discuss how to myth-bust the outdated negative narrative of using Wikipedia in education and just how educators can harness the powers of open education by contributing to…

Gettin’ Air with Dr. Lee Skallerup Bessette (readywriting), Learning Design Specialist at Georgetown University. Lee tells us about her impressions after a year in @cndls at Georgetown, where she works on MOOCs, online & hybrid learning, and their…

Gettin’ Air with Stephen Downes (@downes) from the Digital Technologies Research Centre at the National Research Council of Canada specializing in new instructional media and personal learning technology. Stephen describes just how he has kept pushing…

Gettin’ Air Season 3 Premiere with Jim Groom @jimgroom! Jim has been central a central figure in hugely influential educational technology movements/ideas/things like #ds106, #edupunk, and Domain of One’s Own (#DoOO). And now he is co-founder of a…

The Season 2 Finale! Gettin’ Air with Maren Deepwell (@MarenDeepwell). The Chief Executive of the Association for Learning Technology in the UK (@A_L_T). Maren tells us about her recent keynote at the 25th anniversary @etug conference (her first trip…

Mia Zamora (@MiaZamoraPhD) is Associate Professor of English and Director of the MA in Writing Studies at Kean University in New Jersey (@KUWSP). She studies the dual layer of electronic literature, words born in an electronic environment, among other…

Sundi Richard (@sundilu) and Daniel Lynds (@daniellynds) who make up a large proportion of the @DavidsonCollege Digital Learning Team. The conversation mostly focuses in and around the now 5 year old Domain of One’s Own project at Davidson College. We…

Jim Luke (@econproph) is an economics professor at Lansing Community College and pioneer of their Open Learn Lab. Jim is Running errands for ideas at the intersections of economics, org theory, higher ed, and open pedagogy. His economist’s take on…

Rebecca Hogue (@rjhogue). Rebecca teaches instructional design in the online Master’s of Instructional Design program at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. In other words, she teaches how to teach online…online. Rebecca describes some of the…

Autumm Caines (@autumm) is Critical Instructional Designer at University of Michigan- Dearborn. Autumm’s approach to using technology in learning is to take a critical, questioning look at the tools we use and how they may be using us. Her work…

Dr. Jessica L. Knott (@jlknott) is Head of LX Research and Professional Development @MSUHub. Jess’s focus on Learning Experience Design works to centre the human in the learning experience in order to make them the epic hero of their own stories. She…

James GlapaGrossklag (aka James GG) @JGlapaGrossklag is Dean, Educational Technology, Learning Resources and Distance Learning at the College of the Canyons in California. James has long been one of the Open Education Movement’s most tireless…

Audrey Watters (@audreywatters) is an ed-tech folk hero who writes at Hack Education @hackeducation where, for the past nine years, she has taken the lead in keeping the field on its toes in regards to educational technology’s “progress”. Her long…

It’s a crossover episode! Ken Bauer is the host of the Ask The Flipped Learning Network podcast (@askthefln) and an associate professor of #CompSci @TecDeMonterrey in Guadalajara. We chat about our respective podcasts, Virtually Connecting, Open…

Sherri Spelic is revered for her avid and voracious writing on the Edified Listener blog (edifiedlistener.blog ) and she is the editor of Identity, Education and Power (medium.com/identity-educa… …) Also, coming up this summer, Sherri will be leading…

Matt Crosslin (@grandeped) is the Learning Innovation Coordinator for the Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge (LINK) Research Lab at The University of Texas at Arlington. Have a listen to get some insight into intriguing things like the dual…

Tom Evans (@taevans) is the Manager of Open Learning at THE Ohio State University. Tom discusses what it takes to design MOOCs remembering that there are real, live humans taking the course, the power of the GIF, and what music young grandfathers are…

Gardner is Associate Professor of English at Virginia Commonwealth University. We chat about some of the deliciously innovative pedagogical adventures he has driven out into the Open Education landscape including The Great VCU Bike Race Book, the…

This episode, @PressEdConf team of Natalie Lafferty (@nlafferty) and Pat Lockley (@pgogy). The second PressEdConf (#PressEdConf2019) wrapped up last month. It’s a conference fully delivered on Twitter with speakers and keynotes from across the world…

Krista Mccracken @kristamccracken (They/Them) is a Public Historian and Archivist. They work in the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre at Algoma University and as an editor at http://activehistory.ca . They are also a newly minted @ecampusontario…

Rolin is Seattle Pacific University’s Director of Academic Innovation. He describes his work as “connective tissue” as he turns pedagogical research into best practices in action. Have a listen and check out his page at rolin.moe to see just how…

Bonni is host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast (teachinginhighered.com). To help Bonni celebrate the 250 episode AND million download milestones her podcast recently passed, Terry surprised Bonni by collecting all the questions from Bonni’s former…

Christian is the Education and Science Advisor to Wikimedia Deutschland and he is one half of the world’s best German speaking Open Education podcast called “Feierabendbier”. Terry and Christian chat about some of the differences in higher ed between…

Dave Cormier (@davecormie) has been doing amazing “educationy thingies” for 21 years. Terry and Dave discuss what it’s like to have coined a term that is in the Oxford English Dictionary (MOOC) and how he feels about that. Tehy also chat about his…

Karen Cangialosi (@karencang) is a biology prof and faculty developer who also happens to be one of the best open educators out there. Terry and Karen chat about how she uses open pedagogy to enable student ownership and agency in their studies. They…

Ebru Ustundag (@nomadic_ebru) Associate Professor @BrockUGeogTour and @BrockSJES whose interests lie in #feministgeographies and many other areas. Terry and Ebru chat about her studies and how she manages to teach and learn this stuff with a broad…

Steel Wagstaff @steelwagstaff. the Educational Client Manager for @Pressbooks, from Madison, WI. In this epsisode, Terry and Steel chat about his history of working in the open and where he thinks things can go from here. Also revealed is his holy…

Noted contrarian Jess Mitchell (@jesshmitchell). Senior Manager, Research + Design at the Inclusive Design Research Centre at OCADu. Next week Jess will offer up the closing keynote for the Digital Pedagogy Lab Toronto (@DigPedLab). Terry and Jess…

Amanda Coolidge is the Senior Manager of Open Education at BCcampus. She leads the BC Open Textbook Project as well as the Open Education initiatives. Terry and Amanda chat about all of the wonderful initiatives coming out of BB Campus, her upcoming…

Dr. Ryan Straight(@ryanstraight)co-directs the Ed-Tech program as well as teaches Informatics and Cyber Operations at the University of Arizona. He is also a pillar of the Squad Goals Network (@sqdglsntwrk) and has impeccable taste in thrift store…

Dr. Tannis Morgan (@tanbob) is currently on secondment as a researcher in Open Educational Practices @BCCampus, from her role as director @TELTJIBC. Terry and Tannis chat about the research she is working on in Open Educational Practices and maybe…

Chad Flinn (@chadhflinn). at the forefront of Open Education for the trades in Canada and… maybe the world! Terry and Chad have a chat about how Open Educational Resources and Practices can be built in to trades education as its demographics shift…

This week Terry chats with Alexis Clifton, a.k.a. Open Alexis! Alexis is the Director of Open Teaching and Learning for the scrappy little organization of SUNY OER Services! They chat about all of the wonderful initiatives SUNY is up to, including…

Mitch is the Indigenous Pedagogy Designer at Trent University. We chat about how one might go about indigenizing teaching and learning practices through patience, transparency, and respect. Mitch covers some initial strategies to consider for those…

In this episode Terry Green goes way, way outside of Ontario to hear from Maha Bali at the American University in Cairo. Maha shares insights into the origins of Virtually Connecting and where it is headed next.

Maha also reflects on the beautiful…

This week Terry chats with Dr. Chuck Pearson (@shorterpearson) form Tusculum University in Greenville, Tennessee. A listen to Chuck’s take on teaching science to under-resourced students is basically a pedagogical booster shot for anyone interested.

This week’s guest is Dr. Ryan Martin from the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy at Queen’s University. Terry and Ryan chat about how he and some of his students went about creating a full-blown, home-grown, open souorce…

Regina Gong (@drgong) is the Open Educational Resources (OER) Project Manager & Head of Technical Services & Systems at Lansing CC in Michigan. In this episode, Terry and Regina chat about a few of the 1000 steps an institution can take towards #OER…

In this episode, Nate Angell (@xolotl) from @hypothes_is describes how he came to be among the ed-tech heroes at Hypothes.is and just how in the heck they managed to make web annotating cool. Terry and Nate also chat about exciting new developments…

Without question, Billy Meinke is Open Education subject zero in the state of Hawai’i. We chat about his process in developing Open Educational Resources, localized for the students of the University of Hawai’i and his recent visit to Ontario for the…

Terry Greene speaks with Catherine Anderson (@candersHamilton), teaching professor in the Department of Linguistics and Languages at McMaster University. They talk about what Catherine did to earn herself a spontaneous round of applause from her…

Martin Weller (@mweller) Open University, professor in @IETatOU, Director of @oer_hub, President of @A_L_T. Martin’s long running blog, The Ed Techie (blog.edtechie.net) is approaching its 1000th post, so in this episode, we quiz him on his own blogging.

In this episode, Terry connects with Clint Lalonde (@edtechfactotum). Known as the Wayne Gretzky of Ed-Tech, Clint is the Manager of Educational Technologies @BCCampus, professor in the @RRUEduStudies, and community steward of @etug. They chat about…

Brian Lamb is the Re-Director of Innovation at Thompson Rivers University. If you’ve ever wanted to learn the history of ed-tech in Canada while at the same time learning more about great tacos and ceviche, this is the interview for you.

Among other things, Robin (@actualham) chats about the challenge in preparing and delivering keynotes while continuously being inspired by other open keynoters as she gets ready to deliver one at eCampusOntario’s Technology Enabled Seminar and Showcase.

This week’s guest is Jennifer Jahnke, Faculty Coordinator of Accessible Media Production at Mohawk College. Jennifer and Terry chat about the Accessible Media Production programs first year and the exciting work in store for next year’s students….

Terry connects with Darla Benton-Kearney @DBentonKearney and Jodie Black @blackjodie32. Jodie and Darla are both experts in Universal Design for Learning and both work at an Ontario College. We chat about UDL and how instructors can use these…

Terry Greene chats with Todd Conaway (@todd_conaway) from the University of Washington, the grandfather of the 9 X 9 X 25 Reflective Writing Challenge that over 40 Ontario Educators are gearing up to begin in the Ontario Extend blogoshphere!

In this episode Terry Greene chats with @JohnStewartPhD, Assistant Director for the Office of Digital Learning at the University of Oklahoma. The main topic of discussion is the wonderfully successful Domain of One’s Own project, OU Create, which has…

Terry Greene invites the rest of the eCampusOntario Program Manager team to recap what’s been going on in open and technology-enabled learning over the summer and where the team is heading next. @jennihayman @livingkatstone and @joanne_kehoe.

Terry Greene invites the rest of the eCampusOntario Program Manager team to recap what’s been going on in open and technology-enabled learning over the summer and where the team is heading next. @jennihayman @livingkatstone and @joanne_kehoe. drive

Terry Greene chats with David Porter (@dendroglyph) CEO of eCampusOntario. They chat a bit about what it’s like to be a central figure in Open Education in Canada and where eCampusOntario is headed in the near future. We hope you enjoy it and we will…

Kyle Macki is an Educational Consultant and Community Builder who has worked extensively with Ontario colleges and universities to create wonderful online learning experiences for broad audiences. Listen to find out more!

Terry Greene catches up with Denise Withers (@denisewithers) and Michelle Cheung. Denise and Michelle work with the wonderful students of the eCampusOntario Student Experience Design Lab (@SXDLab). They chat about the amazing projects that are nearing…

This week on Gettin’ Air Terry chats with Maureen Glynn (@MGtheID), Instructional Designer at from The Chang School @RyersonU. They chat about Maureen’s wonderful history of openness in her work, which has lead her to be one of @eCampusOntario’s Open…

Nurse Killam is a professor in Nursing at Cambrian College in Sudbury. She is also one of five eCampusOntario Open Fellows. Terry and Laura chat about her foray into open education and how her very popular Nurse Killam Youtube Channel came to be….

Terry Greene (@greeneterry) is joined by Greg Rogrigo to talk about the tech-enabled work being done at Georgian College.

Terry catches up with Judith Limkilde, recently retired Vice President Academic of Fleming College. Judith had a long career in various teaching and leadership positions at Seneca College, Nova Scotia Community College as well as Fleming. Terry and…

Terry (@greeneterry) chats with Lauren Anstey (@ansteypants) eLearning and Curriculum Specialist at Western University about the success of Western’s Open Education Day, the emergence of their Open Working Group and other exciting technology enabled…

Episode 21 with Jennifer Peters (@jennrpeters), eLearning and Digital Literacies Librarian at Seneca College – We chat about all things Open at Seneca, most notably their involvement in the development of the wonderful resource The Learning Portal…

This week Terry is honoured to have the privilege of chatting with Rajiv Jhangiani (@thatpsychprof), one of the world’s leading advocates of Open Educational Resources and Practices. They chat about all of the wonderful contributions to the Open…

In this episode, Terry Green welcomes Aaron Tucker(@chessbard) and Paul Chafe from Ryerson University. They discuss the development of the Department of English at Ryerson’s open textbook “Write Here, Right Now” designed for first year composition…

In this episode, Terry Greene (@greeneterry) chats with Nick Baker (@nbaker), Director of the Office of Open Learning at The University of Windsor. Nick tells about all the great things they do and how we might go about getting an Open Learning office…

Terry (@greeneterry) and Christopher Shields from the School of General Arts and Science at Fleming College chat about Fleming’s recent move to widespread open blogging in their flagship communications courses and the opportunities that has presented.

Terry Greene (@greeneterrry) chats with Jason Lamb(@jasonlamb), Instructional Assistant in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University about all of the very cutting edge virtual and augmented reality projects underway at Mac!

Terry Greene (@greeneterry) chats with Chris Fernlund (@fernfeed), the Student Lead of Student Supports for @ecampusontario. They chat about and reveal the mysteries of the Student Experience Design Lab (@sxdlab) and the wonderful projects in the…

Rick Overeem (@RickOMobile)from Lambton College speaks with Terry Greene (@greeneterry) origins of Lambton College’s journey to become known as the “mobile college” and where they plan to go with open and technology-enabled learning in the future.

Terry Greene (@greeneterry) speaks with Jessica O’Reilly from Cambrian College. They chat about her open education plans for the coming term as an Open Education Fellow with eCampusOntario and her new role as an Instructional Developer at Cambrian,…

Terry Greene (@greeneterry) speaks with Helen DeWaard. One of Canada’s openest of open educators, they chat about Helen’s plans for her winter courses in Lakehead University’s Faculty of Education, her involvement in Virtually Connecting, and her…

In this episode, Terry Greene (@greeneterry) speaks with Denise Nielsen (@denielsen) from St. Lawrence College. Denise chats about her foray into melding open educational resources with open educational practices by co-creating an open textbook with…

Terry Greene (@greeneterry) is joined by the engines that drive eCampusOntario – Emma Gooch (@emma_gooch) and Lena Patterson (@lpatter10). Emma and Lena tell the origin story of eCampusOntario and where we are headed next.

Terry Greene (@greeneterry) speaks with Alan Levine (@cogdog) about the endlessly amazing work Alan has done in the open over the years, including his involvement in the Ontario Extend project and where that work is headed.

Terry Greene (@greeneterry) and Giulia Forsythe (@giuliaforsythe) chat about exciting connected and open education projects stemming from the Centre for Pedagogical Innovation at Brock University and how Giulia does her wonderful sketch-noting.

The tables have turned as Joanne Kehoe flips the script on regular host Terry Greene and interviews him about learning in the open with things like ds106 and Ontario Extend.

Terry Greene’s (@greeneterry)fellow eCampusOntario Program Managers Joanne Kehoe (@JoanneKehoe) and Peg French (@livingkatstone) chat about playing in the Ed-Tech Sandbox and the future Open Educational Resource repository for Ontario post-secondary…

Ali Versluis (@aliversluis) and Claire Coulter (@ccoulter1)of the University of Guelph. speak with Terry Greene (@GreeneTerry)about the Open Education goings on at U of G, and the Ontario Open Education Rangers lifestyle.

In this episode, Terry Greene (@greeneterry) chats with Sean Kheraj (@seankheraj)of York University and Tom Peace (@tpcanoe) of Huron College a Canadian History open textbook sprint.

In this episode Terry Greene (@GreeneTerry) talks with Dr. Aaron Langille (@aaron_lucs)of Laurentian University. about about plans to mix open education and gamification.

In this pilot episode of “Gettin’ Air” with Terry Greene (@greenetery) eCampusOntario Program Manager Jenni Hayman (@jennihayman). Jenni chats about what it is to be an Open Educator, an eCampusOntario Program Manager and an Ontario Open Education Ranger.