OLC Live! Gets the 2020 #OLCInnovate Action Started Early!

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You don’t have to be in Chicago to join this year’s conversations: Terry Greene (@greeneterry) and Jonathan Lashley (@lashleyed) are bringing the show to you with OLC Live! During the conference, you’ll be able to join us on VoiceEd Radio and Zoom as we get to know the conference organizers, interview this year’s keynotes, connect with presenters after their sessions, and generally build new bridges between fresh and familiar faces (voices?) in the OLC community.

OLC Live! fun starts next week with our first of four pre-conference radio shows in which we chat with keynotes and conference organizers to get a sense of what’s about to happen in Chicago.

Tuesday, March 5 

Meet the OLC Live! Crew: Terry, Jonathan, & Stephen

Join us over VoiceEd Radio from 11–12 Central (click the Listen Live button at https://voiced.ca/ or listen later at https://voiced.ca/project/olclive)

Friday, March 13 

Meet the Keynotes: Rajiv Jhangiani & Flower Darby

Join us over VoiceEd Radio from 11–12 Central (click the Listen Live button at https://voiced.ca/ or listen later at https://voiced.ca/project/olclive)

Thursday, March 19

Meet The Engagement Specialists: Guests TBA!  

Join us over VoiceEd Radio from 11–12 Central (click the Listen Live button at https://voiced.ca/ or listen later at https://voiced.ca/project/olclive)

Thursday, March 26 

Meet the Innovate Organizers: Keegan Long-Wheeler & Angela Gunder

Join us over VoiceEd Radio from 11–12 Central (click the Listen Live button at https://voiced.ca/ or listen later at https://voiced.ca/project/olclive)

Follow our broadcast schedule as it develops and learn more about how to tune-in to OLC Innovate 2020 by visiting the OLC Live! Website 


Jonathan Lashley

Dr. Jonathan Lashley is the Associate Chief Academic Officer for the Idaho State Board of Education. Best known for his work in open education, Lashley has mentored others as both an OER Research Fellow and a Designing with OER (DOER) Fellow in association with the Open Education Group, has advised universities across the country about open education strategy as a Faculty Presenter for the Open Textbook Network, and recently co-edited and -authored OER: A Field Guide for Academic Librarians. A Doctor of Philosophy in Learning Sciences, his scholarship focuses on design-based strategies for promoting choice, diversifying collaboration, and supporting risk as faculty explore open and distributed educational practices.

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