Tomorrow (Wednesday) at 2 pm EST I’ll be continuing my thread of interviews with authors with Curtis Bonk, professor of e-learning at Indiana University. Curtis has just finished a comprehensive companion to Thomas Friedman’s work that looks at the world through an education slant. His blog has been recounting some of his travels around the world, and he’s got a lot of great stories to share that might give a more global perspective on how this is all playing out. He’s early in the publication process and has some interesting ideas for putting the book out, which will also be fodder for our discussion.
The interview will happen on my Ustream channel, and I hope you’ll join in the conversation. If you have any questions that you’d like to ask, feel free to post them here.
Tom Hoffman says
*sigh* I thought we were ready to move on from that crap.
Gary Stager says
I remain grateful to Tom Hoffman! It lets me point out the obvious on a part-time basis.
Professor of e-learning? Were there professors of desks in the past?
My experience with “e-learning” is that most of it is really focused on modes of delivery, hence e-instruction, not learning.