Tuesday, May 11, 2010

My Interview with McGraw Hill on Distance Education and Online Technologies

This past year I was interviewed in the "Thought Leader" section of McGraw Hill's Principles of Management Newsletter. In the interview I respond to the following questions regarding distance education and online technologies:
  • How did you come to do work in distance education?
  • What is your favorite distance learning activity or experience?
  • How does distance learning enrich your life … your career... as opposed to traditional in-class teaching?
  • Describe a “zinger” that unexpectedly challenged you in your distance teaching? How did you address it and what were the results?
  • What are your distance learning principles for success?
  • Is there one distance learning principle you hold most dear, that you will always do? Is there one thing you will never do, no matter what, in distance education?
  • How do you see distance courses changing over the next 5-10 years?
  • What are your hopes for the future of distance learning in higher education?
Click Here to Read the Article

4 comments:

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PatMac's Blog said...

I very much appreciated your words in regards to the importance of having great online educators.

Pat Mc

Dan said...

Very interesting interview, Terence. I admire your passion for education.

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