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Crossover episode! Alan Levine aka CogDog returns to Gettin' Air to flip the script on this podcast by bringing the OEG Voices Podcast, which features "the international perspective of open education practitioners", to Gettin' Air and becoming the host! We chat about the origins of Gettin' Air: The Open Pedagogy Podcast and The Liberated Learner pr…
 
Gettin' Air with Martin Weller. How much can you learn about educational technology through Jaws? Turns out, it's a lot. The Open University's Martin Weller returns to the show to chat about his new book: Metaphors of Ed Tech. Is there a community-driven audiobook/podcast version of the book to follow? We hope so!…
 
Gettin' Air with Hannah McGregor. Host and co-host of numerous podcasts better than Gettin' Air (Secret Feminist Agenda and Witch Please to name a couple), Hannah joins the show to chat about (and get quizzed on) her brand new book, A Sentimental Education. Talking points include: snuff films, leitmotif, Jurassic Park, and praxis.…
 
Gettin' Air with Ian Linkletter. To kick off Season 6, the notorious Ian Linkletter joins the show to talk about his transition from EdTech to librarianship. Oh, and we also talk about how he is in the middle of fighting a scary, chilling, and meritless lawsuit from harmful surveillance technology company Proctorio. Transcript at https://bit.ly/lin…
 
Gettin' Air with ShapingEDU. Bringing the biggest crowd of guests of all time to the show, the shapingEDU gang of Lisa Koster, Paul Signorelli, Tom Haymes, and Stephanie Pierotti talk about how they are working to help shape the future of learning in a digital age (and how one way of doing it is to hold super cool Space Camps!) https://shapingedu.a…
 
Gettin' Air with sava saheli singh. sava returns to the show to discuss the release of the fourth film in the Screening Surveillance series, #tresdancing. The film "speculates the effects of escalating surveillance and control through educational technology" in the absolute most stylish way possible. Have listen to find out how this film came to be…
 
Gettin' Air with Zach McDowell. In the 150th Episode of Gettin' Air (what?!?!), Zach joins the show to chat about how he and his friend Matthew Vetter use Wikipedia to develop Open Educational Resources via Open Educational Practices. They like it so much that they wrote a great book about it together: Wikipedia and The Representation of Reality! F…
 
Gettin' Air with Monique Mayer and Kristine Dreaver-Charles. Monique and Kristine join the show to share how they collaborated with students at the University of Saskatchewan to resurrect a 104 year old German veterinary textbook, "The Lymphatic System of the Dog". They translated it to English, modernized it with Pressbooks and H5P, and released i…
 
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 networking. We also share our hopes and dreams for the Liberated Learner project itself, since its getting…
 
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 Module Team. The module aims to support learners in navigating the continuum of the academic journey fr…
 
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 learners to not only be prepared to deal with all manner of new technology that is thrown at them, but …
 
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 all the hidden talents that have been revealed!) in the ongoing work on the Liberated Learner project…
 
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 Agents of Diverse Destiny" join the podcast space to discuss the project and where they will be tak…
 
Gettin' Air with Matthew R. Morris. In the Season 5 premiere of Gettin' Air, Matthew R. Morris joins Terry to chat about many things, including his recent keynote for the 2021 Digital Pedagogy Lab, how to bring your authentic self to your teaching, and his experience with The Fresh Prince Syndrome.voicEd Radio tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Gettin' Air with Audrey Watters. Audrey returns for the season 4 finale with an update on the book she was working on in her first appearance. Teaching Machines is out now and ready for you to devour! We chat about what it took to bring this fascinating tale to life and how space monkeys might be next. (you can order it here: https://mitpress.mit.e…
 
This is a very special, non-canonical, episode of Gettin' Air: The Open Pedagogy Podcast. It was originally recorded as a visit by Terry Greene, Christian Metaxas, Dana Jamaleddine, and Asa Reynolds to Stephen Hurley's live morning radio show "Hurley In The Morning". In this chat we describe the Liberated Learner Project, which is in development, a…
 
Gettin' Air with Jonathan Lashley. If you distill this episode down to its core, it is essentially about how the Associate Chief Academic Officer at the Idaho State Board of Education became fast, digital friends with the Senior eLearning Designer at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario and how it is all an Educational Technologist at the Offi…
 
Gettin' Air with Arley Mcneney. Arley Cruthers is a Paralympic medalist, novelist, and writing instructor. She teaches Applied Communications (and is Open Education Teaching Fellow) at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Have a listen to this chat to learn about choose your own adventure keynoting, the Arley-saurus, and a mythical sandwich from 1997. …
 
Gettin' Air with Dr. Kristopher Alexander. The Video Games Prof himself joins the show to chat how, perhaps, there is a more engaging way to do synchronous online learning than Zoom. And through his experience very nearly making it to the top of the Street Fighter III global rankings using the very worst player in the game, he shows that it's not a…
 
Gettin' Air with AJ Boston. AJ is an Assistant Professor and Scholarly Communication Librarian at Murray State University in Kentucky. He joins Terry to chat about the most scholarly of musical genres (Hip-Hop) and how it exhibits very comparable trends to librarianship for scholarly communication. He also opines that Gettin' Air is actually a trip…
 
Gettin' Air with Delmar Larsen. In honor of Open Education Week 2021, we chat with one of Open Education's biggest contributors. Delmar is the Director (and originator) of the open textbook platform LibreTexts. In this conversation, Delmar describes how LibreText's origins can be traced back to catastrophic childhood events. We follow it all the wa…
 
Gettin' Air with Shea Swauger. Shea is a librarian and Senior Instructor at the Auraria Library which serves the Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and the University of Colorado Denver. In this episode, we discuss his piece "Our Bodies Encoded: Algorithmic Test Proctoring in Higher Education" and how he is still …
 
In December of 2020, Brenna Clarke Gray and Brian Lamb (along with a host of others) organized and delivered the Teach-In Against Surveillance as a fundraiser in defence of Ian Linkletter (more info at http://againstsurveillance.net/). The event featured pretty much the greatest lineup of critical thinkers and doers in digital education that the wo…
 
Gettin' Air with Tim Owens (@timmmmyboy). Tim is co-founder of Reclaim Hosting with Jim Groom, which provides independent web hosting to educators and institutions. They also have an eclectic host of other reclamation projects on the go including video rental stores, arcade gaming, and the cloud itself. Tune in to hear Tim describe how their grand …
 
Gettin' Air with Dr. Valerie Irvine, Director of the Technology, Integration and Innovation Research Lab (TIE Lab) at the University of Victoria, and President of the Open/Technology in Education, Society, & Scholarship (OTESSA). Valerie joins the show to chat about her recent piece in EDUCAUSE, The Landscape of Merging Modalities, and to share det…
 
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 Syllabus Statement and more of her critical, ethical approach to technology in education.…
 
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 world. Karen also reveals what the 100th tip for creating great educational videos would have been w…
 
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 chat about student centred agency, pedagogy, hairless cats, and more!…
 
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 in the pandemic, which is to keep things simple, equitable, and engaging.…
 
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 today's polarized world. We revisit those thoughts and then talk a bit about Jazzercise, too.…
 
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, ethical, and student centred approaches to using technology in learning experiences. She also knows a lo…
 
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 wild side of educational technology.voicEd Radio tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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 "The Care in Openness" included the #FemEdTech Quilt, The Social Bingo SPLOT, KaraOERke and, of cour…
 
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