Online and open-access learning in higher education

Online and open-access learning in higher education: MOOCs, new pedagogies and business models
Senate House, University of London.  Tuesday 5 February 2013.

Presentations and slides from this conference looking at new pedagogies and business models in relation to open access learning in the higher education sector (with a special focus on MOOCs).  It was a collaboration between the University of London International Programmes, the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education and the Leadership Foundation.

Conference programmeOnline and open-access learning in HE

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Welcome and overview

Professor Sir Adrian Smith, Vice-Chancellor, University of London

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Conference context

Tim Gore OBE, Director of Global Networks and Communities, University of London International Programmes

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MOOCs overview

Dr William Lawton, Director, Observatory on Borderless Higher Education

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Session 1: The Online Revolution: Innovating and adapting

Education 3.0: Better Learning Through Technology (slides below)

Dr Jeff Borden, Director of the Center for Online Learning, Vice President of Instruction & Academic Strategy, Pearson eCollege, Denver

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Teaching as a design science: Tools to support an evidence-based professional culture

Professor Diana Laurillard, Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies, Institute of Education, University of London

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Session 2 – Global Innovators

Education and IT: Game Changers [Via video link] – presentation slides

Dr Diana Oblinger, President and CEO, EDUCAUSE, Washington; followed by

Beginning to see the Light – context and a path forward

Edwin Eisendrath, Managing Director Global Education & Advisory Services, Huron Consulting Group, Chicago

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Session 4 – Final panel discussion

Chair:    Will Archer, Chief Executive, i-graduate

Panellists:

Professor Jenny Hamilton, Director, University of London International Programmes Undergraduate Laws Programme
Salah Khalil, Director, Macat International, London
Professor Diana Laurillard, Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies,
Institute of Education, University of London
Dr Jeff Borden, Director of the Center for Online Learning,
Vice President of Instruction & Academic Strategy, Pearson eCollege, Denver

Conference vox pops – why are you here and what did you learn?

Hasna Bloore, Academic Relations Officer, from High Commission of Canada

Dr Jeff Borden, Director of the Center for Online Learning, Vice President of Instruction & Academic Strategy, Pearson eCollege, Denver

Dr Don Guttenplan, Education Writer, International Herald Tribune/New York Times

John Zvereff, President’s Delegate for Global Affairs, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

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