About

Leading Lines is a podcast on educational technology in higher education.

In this podcast, we explore creative, intentional, and effective uses of technology to enhance student learning, uses that point the way to the future of educational technology in college and university settings. Through interviews with educators, researchers, technologists, and others, we hope to amplify ideas and voices that are (or should be!) shaping how we think about digital learning and digital pedagogy.

Leading Lines is produced by the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching, The Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries and Associate Provost for Education Development and Technologies.

Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes or another podcast app using our RSS feed. Our episodes are also available on SoundCloud.

Follow us on Twitter @leadinglinespod, or email us at leadinglinespod@vanderbilt.edu.

Podcasters

  • Clifford B. Anderson, Director for Scholarly Communications, Vanderbilt University Library
  • Derek Bruff, Director of the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics
  • Stacey M. Johnson, Assistant Director for Educational Technology at the Center for Teaching and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese
  • Melissa Mallon, Director of Peabody Library, Director of Liaison & Instruction Services, Vanderbilt University Library
  • John M. Sloop, Professor of Communication Studies and Associate Provost for Digital Learning

Production

  • Rhett McDaniel, Assistant Director for Digital Media,┬áCenter for Teaching, Vanderbilt University

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