Episode from the podcastWebster World Report

Webster World Report: Exploring Educational Engagement

Released Friday, 6th November 2020
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Program #15 of the Webster World Report, the discussion linking Webster University’s global operations during this year of crises, features a deep dive into the philosophy of teaching. The program includes Julie Smith of the School of Communications discussing her new book: “Wake ‘Em Up: Supercharge Your Classroom Engagement.” The program also features the second part of an in-depth discussion with Associate Vice President Michelle Loyet, the director of the Online Learning Center (OLC) on the philosophical approaches to creating and teaching online courses, a topic that has gained even more importance during the pandemic. The news segment of the program includes: excerpts from a panel on U.S. politics that featured Prof. Gwyneth Williams; coverage of the School of Communications’ conference on health communications; highlights from the “Webster Speaks” video series on race and equity issues from October; and more.

Executive Producer/Host: Rick Rockwell. Staff: Jennifer Gammage, associate producer; Tierra Gray, newscaster; and Jennifer Starkey, announcer.

Jessica Battle is seen in the photo. The photo is by Webster University Manager of Photographic Services Inocencio Boc and is the copyrighted material of Webster University.

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