Teaching Matters Podcast

This week’s podcast, Teaching Matters, is all about the students. Produced by WOUB Public Media and available on iTunes, Google Play, and NPR One, it covers 21st-century learning and teaching. The topics include how higher ed must adapt to millennial expectations, redesigning classrooms to promote learning, and the excuses students give for being absent.

Hosted by Scott Titsworth, dean of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University, Teaching Matters also focuses on how teachers can update their practice to reach this tech-savvy audience. New episodes are released every Tuesday, and archived episodes are at WOUB Digital.…Read More

“Research in Action” Podcast

Perhaps not too surprisingly, “Research in Action” is a podcast about research in higher education. It’s hosted by Dr. Katie Linder, research director for Oregon State University Ecampus, and the more than 130 weekly episodes often include guest interviews from other colleges and industry who share their research expertise, experience, and strategies.

Linder says the goal of the podcast is to increase research literacy and build community among researchers, and recent topics have included taking risks for research, current trends and challenges for academic libraries, and emotions and teaching.…Read More

Teaching in Higher Ed

The Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast, hosted by Bonni Stachowiak, features episodes on everything from cultural competence to online learning to creativity in teaching. With more than 220 episodes, there’s something for everyone!

Stachowiak has brought on close to 200 guests to discuss instructional design, diversity and inclusion, blended learning, and more. Her website has links to all of the resources mentioned in the episodes so listeners can easily access the great things they hear about.…Read More

Josie and the Podcast

Our first Podcast of the Week is Josie and the Podcast – Connecting Tech & Leadership in Higher Ed. In each episode, Dr. Josie Ahlquist, an author, researcher, and speaker, interviews on- and off-campus leaders and new media professionals through the lens of social media and leadership.

Recent episodes include a discussion on the responsibilities of digital influence with Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab, founder of the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice; using technology to support student persistence with Dr. Jason L. Meriwether, vice president for student success at Rhode Island College; and a chat about building community in higher ed with Dr. Mary K. Boyd, provost at Berry College.…Read More