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As part of National Distance Learning Week, I’ll be with WC’s Rebecca Heiser and Lifelong Learning and Adult Education Doctoral Student Kate Antanovich in an online presentation entitled Mapping the Trajectory of Distance Education: Contemporary Perspectives in Research and Practice. Please join us for an hour of presentation and discussion.
- Tuesday November 6th, 2018 at 2 PM – Zoom Link
In August 2016, I had the pleasure to discuss historical research on multiple occasions during the annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference in Madison, Wisconsin. During a Spotlight Speaker’s session, Michael G. Moore and I talked about the work of Charles A. Wedemeyer (Applying the Wedemeyer Legacy).
Dr. Moore and I also led a roundtable discussion on Exploring Historical Research in distance education during the Research SIG. The Research SIG consisted of events throughout the conference August 9-11.
If anyone is interested in opportunities in researching and publishing in the area of historical research, please contact me.
At Penn State in our Lifelong Learning and Adult Education program, we offer a Distance Education Certificate which provides students with a solid foundation in topics including Foundations of Adult Education and Distance Education, Research, and Administration of programs. For more info, click here.
I’ve been working on a literature review that is a follow up to previous work that I did with Jürgen Hilke, member of the Quality Matters (QM) Board of Directors and Director of Distance Learning at Frederick Community College several years ago. The results are not yet published but will be available in the future on the Quality Matters web site in their research area. The QM initial press release on this work can be found here.
I’ll update on any upcoming presentations of the material…
Thanks to the Army for documenting our Orientation and for posting these on Flickr. I enjoyed these days of orientation and continue to enjoy working with these accomplished individuals who are earning their master’s degrees in Adult Education. It’s a privilege to be a part of this collaboration. There is an article here that provides more details on the 2015 event at Fort Bliss.