Online Learning Leadership in Higher Education:
What Do We Know So Far?
Where Should The Research Go From Here?
11-15-18 Presentation at OLC Accelerate 2018 – by Jason Johnston
Director of Teaching & Learning, University of Kentucky College of Social Work
PhD student at University of Kentucky College of Education, Educational Leadership Focus
Presentation Information Link at OLC – Thursday, Nov. 15th, 3:15-4pm
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