In this podcast series, which will be available for listening and download in November 2018, we sit down with educators, students and a variety of experts to explore online education with a governance lens. If you would like to be notified when our podcast series becomes available, please complete this form and indicate your interest.

Open Call for Podcast Contributors


Do you have a story you want to share? 

Are you an e-learner, online teacher, or administrator of an online program?
Are you enrolled in an online university?
Did you take a class on a platform such as Lynda, Coursera, EdX, Udemy, etc. ?

We are looking for brief voice memos about your experiences with e-learning, teaching online or administering online programs to include in our upcoming podcast series..

Some possible topics:

  • How did you find the online learning experience? – easy? challenging? more or less engaging that a traditional classroom?
  • What is it like working as an adjunct faculty member of an online university / as a teacher at an online school? – working with students online? teaching without having to commute? your status / compensation? 
  • What is it like taking classes for an online degree – more or less time than you expected? quality of courses / faculty?
  • What is it like to be a parent of a student enrolled in a K-12 blended or 100% online program? – how do you find the curriculum? are you playing an active role in supporting your child’s learning?

We are interested in sharing your stories. We are not asking you to disclose your name or any institutional name in the podcast (this is your choice and optional), but you will be required to sign a consent form for us to use your audio in the podcast episode. Instructions on how to record and send us your audio clip using your computer or mobile device will be provided.

Please email us to express your interest before 1st November 2018.
We are also happy to answer any questions.