Anthony Haynes writes: In this interview, Dr Bart Hallmark provides a wealth of practical insights derived from his intensive experience of moving from in-person lecturing to delivering lectures via video.
We concentrate first on what goes wrong -- those things that online lecturers do, but shouldn't, or don't do, but really should.
And then we consider what makes for good practice and distill a series of tips for making online lectures a successful learning experience.
This is the twelfth and final episode in the first season of this podcast. Our next season will commence next month.
Bart's YouTube channel, Dr Bart's world of chemical engineering, is available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTdbVC0zIPOWFUBP9LzUYXA/featured.
If you enjoyed listening to this episode, you might enjoy our episode on what makes a good podcast: https://thegreylitcafe.buzzsprout.com/1936705/10704424-what-makes-a-good-podcast-review-of-the-redefining-communications-podcast.
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