SubscribeRSS FeedItunes | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneInConnect@topcastnow (Use #topcastnow)Email Topcast Get More TOPcastEpisode 43: “What’s Going On Down There at UCF?” A Case Study in Change Management for Digital Active LearningEpisode 42: Designing for Synchronous Online LearningEpisode 41: Big & Good: Will the Iron Triangle Allow for Both?Episode 40: “Boost Your Online Program Enrollment with this One Tip!” (aka Marketing of Online Programs)Episode 39: Introducing the Teaching Online Preparation Toolkit View AllPosted on February 6, 2017March 30, 2018 by Jonathan PizzoEpisode 22: Better Together: Diversity in Online Education About Episode 22:Kelvin and Tom are joined by guests Ke’Anna Skipwith and Lamont Eddins from EDUCAUSE’s Diversity in IT Constituent Group to discuss diversity and inclusivity within online education, specifically among students, faculty, and instructional designers. https://media.blubrry.com/ucf_topcast/p/cdl.ucf.edu/staticfiles/topcast/topcast-222.mp3Podcast (teaching-online-podcast): Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Download Transcript [PDF, RTF]Episode 22 Show Notes:Episode Synopsis via TwitterView complete list of episode highlights via TwitterBeverage LinksArmenian Mint Tea (Ke’Anna)Orange Juice (Lamont)WaWa Coffee (Tom)Ethiopia Shakiso Starbucks Reserve Coffee via the Clover (Kelvin)Content LinksKe’Anna Skipwith’s bioLamont Eddins’ bioSlides: Diversity in IT Roundtable (from EDUCAUSE16)EDUCAUSE Diversity in IT Constituent Group Archives/SubscriptionVideo: UCF President John Hitt on Diversity and InclusionScientific American article: “How Diversity Makes Us Smarter“Report from McKinsey & Company: “Diversity Matters“Dr. Scott Page’s book: “The Difference: How the Power of Diversity Creates Better Groups, Firms, Schools, and Societies“Research article: “Learner Analysis Framework Case Study“Video of Dr. Scott Page on: “Leveraging Diversity“ReplyAll episode: “Raising the Bar“Mini-video series: “Who, Me? Biased?” (by New York Times)Like what you see? Tell the world!