Gettin’ Air
The Open Pedagogy Podcast
Join Terry Greene as he and his guests get some air time to discuss technology-enabled and open learning practices in Post-Secondary Education.

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Gettin’ Air with Chahira Nouira! Chahira joins the show to chat about using radio for learning purposes, working on international projects, cooking Tunisian food and, of course, being a world class karaOERke aficionado.

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In the final episode of the 5 part Liberated Learner miniseries, Dana Jamaleddine, Sevda Montakhaby, and Joanne Kehoe chat about the inner workings and makings of the collaborator module, which includes topics like allyship, self-advocacy, and…

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In Part 4 of the 5 part series on the Liberated Learner Project, Brittan McBride, Jupsimar Singh and Sara Wendorf join the show to chat about the work that students and staff at Cambrian College and Nipissing University have done as the Navigator…

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In Part 3 of the 5 part series on the Liberated Learner Project, Alex Venis joins the show to chat about the work that students and staff at Seneca College and Brock University have done as the Technologist Module Team. The module aims to prepare…

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In Part 2 of the 5 part series on the Liberated Learner Project, Dave Cormier joins the show to chat about the incredibly effective work his University of Windsor student co-workers have done on the development of the Learner Module (not to mention…

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Regular, normal host Terry Greene gets the ol’ switcheroo from Giulia Forsythe, who takes on hosting duties to chat about the Liberated Learner Project, which is in development.

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The Learning to be Human Together project has been described as a “huge co-teaching event” that involves a large group of wonderful educators interested in humanizing online learning together. In this episode, the team behind “Module Two: Students as…

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Open Access, Open Education and Cootie Catchers. That should be all you need to know to convince you to listen to what Abbey Elder, Open Access & Scholarly Communication Librarian for Iowa State University, has to say.

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Dr. Farhadi knows a little something about the relationship between eLearning and educational inequality. She joins the show to dig in to some of these inequalities and how they’ve been exacerbated due to the pandemic. Also, Terry revises his…

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Gettin’ Air with Dr. Maya Hey. The ingredients for this episode include public scholarship, open education, fermentation and a doctoral defense and it all comes together into a tasty conversation!

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Author

Stephen Hurley
Chief Catalyst, voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

He has a strong relationship with the EdCan Network (formerly the Canadian Education Association), an organization that inspired the launch and evolution of voicEd Radio Canada.

Hurley believes that stronger connections between education research, practice and policy are essential to the type of change that will be necessary in Canada's public education systems moving forward.