In Episode 2, we look at two examples of online education that showcase new ways of teaching and learning online, and reflect the diverse partnerships involved in creating and delivering online programs. We also ask: what type of good governance is needed to ensure consistent educational quality? Our guest for Episode 2 Part 1 is implementation specialist Emily Smith Goering, who tells us about their online professional development program for social workers, clinicians, and mental health providers working across the United States.
Transcript of Episode 2 Part 1 (pdf)
Download transcript of Episode 2 Part 1 here.
Questions for Upcoming Symposium Raised in this Episode
• How can we establish legitimacy in online non-formal education – is it through demonstrated impact?
• When you look at online learning programs that fall under the category of non-formal education, who are the real stakeholders involved? And is the network broader than it first appears?
About Project Ungoverned
Project Ungoverned? takes place within the Bosch Alumni Network – a network which consists of people who’ve been supported in one way or another by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. The network is coordinated by the International Alumni Center – iac Berlin, a think and do tank for alumni communities with social impact. The iac Berlin supports this podcast series and our upcoming online symposium in January 2019. If you want to know more about the power of networks, visit iac-berlin.org. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the respective speakers.
Episode credits: Co-hosts and co-producers: Kim Ochs & Nicole Harkin; Editor: Matthias Jochmann; Communications: Mojca-Marie Erjavec; Social Media: Jelena Prtoric