Training Insights Episode 9: When Worlds Collide

Find out how Concordia University’s Alicia Cundell blends learning styles from corporate professional development into the university setting.

Episode 9 of this podcast series, produced by Ottawa-based writer/audio producer Kevin McGowan in partnership with Training magazine, features a chat with Alicia Cundell. She is an educational developer at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Her role is to help professors develop their courses, and she does her best to mix styles from the world of corporate professional development into the university setting. 

Find out more about how Cundell does this and the impact professional development has had on the academic world the last few years.

Click below to listen to Episode 9: When Worlds Collide

This podcast series includes one-on-one interviews with fascinating people in the training/learning and development world. The podcasts focus on training technologies, projects, career paths, and more. They aim to provide listeners with a unique view into training and knowledge development.

To contact Kevin McGowan with feedback or podcast interview suggestions, visit www.kevinmcgowan.ca or https://twitter.com/kevinsmcgowan

 

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