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Podcast: An Interview with Barbara J. Hoskins, Clemson University

This podcast features a 9 minute interview with Barbara J. Hoskins, Assistant Dean for the College of Health, Education & Human Development at Clemson University. In this conversation, recorded at the EDUCAUSE 2007 Southeast Regional Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Dean Hoskins discusses the session she presented at the conference entitled, "Effective Online Program Models from Faculty and Student Perspectives".

From the session description:

With online learning, we have moved beyond the early adopter phase and find ourselves seeking effective models and best practices to ensure we are delivering a quality educational opportunity. This presentation will identify nationally accepted criteria for effective online programs and evaluate the success of delivery models from all viewpoints.


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