A prolific writer, Yong Zhao has authored more than 100 articles and 20 books. Zhao's work focuses on the implications of globalization and technology on education.
Currently, Zhao is the Presidential Chair and Associate Dean for Global Education in the College of Education at the University of Oregon. He was previously a Distinguished Professor at the College of Education at Michigan State University. There, he founded the Center for Teaching and Technology.
A native of China, Zhao has amassed accolades for his work, including the Early Career Award from the American Educational Research Association. He was also named one of the 10 most influential people in educational technology by Tech & Learn magazine in 2012.
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|The Best of NET: Next Exit: Mountain Man Meek||Meet Jack Garrison: white, balding, middle-aged, college professor at the University of Nebraska-...|
|The Best of NET: Next Exit: Open House||When you talk about Lincoln's Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery's works of art, don't forget to mention...|
|Beef State: Your Word is Your Bond||Nebraska ranchers Melvin Nation, Jack Maddux, John Sibbitt discuss why western honesty is so...|
|Beef State: Feeding Steers in Heaven||On his deathbed, Nebraskan John Maddux's grandfather gave some ranching advice. This segment is...|
|Beef State: Wet Neckerchief||Nebraska ranch foreman Melvin Nation and his daughter Moni Nation Hourt tell the story of a...|
|Beef State: Basil's Last Stand||Nebraskan ranchers and brothers John and Jack Maddux tell the story of their attempt to buy their...|
|Beef State: Bassett Beef Sale||In mid-July, the local sale barn in Bassett, Nebraska holds its biggest sale of the year. Narrated...|
|Beef State: Haying||It's haying season in the summer of 2007 on the Haythorn Ranch in Keith County, Nebraska. This...|
|Beef State: Calving||Nebraskans Cody Oldaker, Melvin Nation, and Moni Nation Hourt talk about the joy and sometimes...|
|Beef State: Great American Desert||Some back east had the misconception that the plains was desert-like. Narrated by Brian Seifferlein...|