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How to Use Shared Online Videos, Podcasts and Webcasts to Engage Online Learners
The global disruption wrought by COVID-19 has given institutions, faculty and instructors an unexpected gift: the opportunity to reimagine teaching and learning to create an equitable, humanistic learning ecosystem for all.

Structures that have resisted much-needed change now have the chance to pursue transformative improvements through more authentic learning and apprenticeship with experts in the real world.

Shared online videos, webcasts and podcasts offer a unique knowledge portal to the most adventurous and productive pioneers in most fields and disciplines — and interviews of leaders and emerging scholars in their respective fields serve as a historical roadmap of the progress made as well as exciting trends seen firsthand by people with decades of experience.

In this session, Dr. Curt Bonk, professor in the School of Education at Indiana University, details a range of innovative pedagogical uses for shared online video, webcasts and podcasts.

Nov 23, 2022 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Curtis J. Bonk
Professor, School of Education & Adjunct in the School of Informatics @Indiana University
Educational technologist Curtis J. Bonk is the author of nearly 400 publications and has given close to 2,000 talks around the world. He is a former software entrepreneur, certified public accountant, corporate controller and educational psychologist, and currently is an award-winning writer, highly published researcher, an awardee in innovative teaching with technology, and an internationally acclaimed presenter. A professor in the School of Education and adjunct in the School of Informatics at Indiana University (IU), Curt teaches psychology and technology courses. In 2020, he was awarded the IU President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Technology — and in 2021, he received the David H. Jonassen Excellence in Research Award. Recently, the American Educational Research Association named him a 2022 AERA Fellow for his exceptional contributions to education research. Curt can be found at http://curtbonk.com/ and reached at cjbonk@indiana.edu