Conversations on Online Learning

Unicon’s podcast, “Conversations on Online Learning,” provides an informal venue to learn about topics on online teaching and learning. With over 25 years’ of experience supporting higher education, K-12 and workforce education, Unicon has both broad and deep experience in the education process. With a principled foundation in learning technology, Unicon’s team is comprised of respected leaders in the education community and engages this community to share experiential stories, lessons learned, and best practices for improved learning outcomes.

February, 2022 In the second episode of Unicon's Teaching With Emotional Safety podcast series, Jane Gibbons speaks with Unicon Software Architect Linda Feng and software product leader Sean Yo about the importance of emotional safety in the classroom as well as ways to practice it, tips for getting feedback from students, and more.
April, 2021 In the first episode of Unicon’s Teaching With Emotional Safety podcast series, Thomas Bender speaks with Unicon Software Architect Linda Feng and Software Product Leader Sean Yo about the difficulties that come with the connection between education and emotional health, especially in an era where learning is done digitally.
January, 2021 In this first episode of Unicon’s Courseware Enrollment podcast series, Unicon Software Architect Linda Feng speaks with Marquess Lewis to frame the challenges of courseware enrollment and describes the complications and pitfalls that can arise as you complete the process. Hosted by Unicon's Senior Architect Tom Bender.
January, 2021 In the second episode of the Courseware Enrollment podcast series, we share insights on some of the successful and unsuccessful programs used to manage the courseware enrollment process and take a look at some solutions.
January, 2021 In our final episode of the Course Enrollment podcast series, Unicon draws on our practical experience implementing and integrating with a variety of courseware enrollment solutions to provide recommendations and suggest some patterns for improved courseware enrollment outcomes.