Are you interested in learning more about the exciting world of online learning? Would you like to hear about helpful tips for teaching online, but more importantly a community where you can learn about online education? The Onliners podcast was created as a way for us to share stories, tips and address e-learning topics with our own faculty and other listeners who share in our passion for online learning. We love the modality of podcasting and the asynchronous learning capabilities it offers.
We (Keirsten and Kodi) both professionals in online education, realize how important online education is, particularly in today’s educational landscape. The pandemic has changed the world of education, many educators are now required to teach their students through e-learning, whether they’re ready or not. The flexibility of online learning has also encouraged many students to seek online programs. Join us each month as we share helpful recommendation on how to support and engage students in your online classes.
More about us:
Hi I am Keirsten Eberts and I have worked in online education for seven years, including teaching online leadership classes. I hold a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Master of Science in leadership, both from Trine University. My current role at Trine is assistant vice president and dean of academics for TrineOnline, Trine University’s online education division.
Hi I am Kodi Buell and I have worked in online education for ten years, including teaching online learning orientation classes. I hold a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering technology from Purdue University and a Master of Science in distance education and e-learning, from the University of Maryland Global Campus. My current role at Trine is director of online learning for TrineOnline, Trine University’s online education division.
We are trained in Quality Matters having successfully completed both the Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR) and Peer Review Course (PRC).