EDEN Keynote Speeches Available

The slides for the following keynotes are now available at the EDEN website – or access them from the links below.

Teemu Arina
CEO, Dicole Oy, Finland
Serendipity 2.0: Missing Third Places of Learning

Erik Duval
Professor, Department of Computer Sciences, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium
The Snowflake Effect: open learning without barriers

Michael Graham Moore
Professor of Education, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
The Bottles are New but What of the Wine? Managing Learning and Teaching in Web 2.0

Gordon Freedman
Vice President Education Strategy, Blackboard, Inc
“Hyper-Context: Incorporating 2.0 technologies, horizontal communities and human capital frameworks into the higher education setting”

Maruja Gutierrez-Diaz
Head of Unit, DG Education and Culture, Innovation and transversal policies, European Commission
Education in the Context of EU Innovation Policy

Claudio Dondi
President, SCIENTER, Italy
Innovation of Learning systems: which implementation strategies between high-speed thought and low-speed institutions?

Eric Bruillard
Professeur en Informatique, IUFM de Creteil, France
Exploring compatibility between Web 2.0 and educational institutions: examples and reflections

Grainne Conole
Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, UK
Insights from the student perspective: an evaluation of students’ use and experience of technologies

Nicholas H. Allen
Provost Emeritus and Collegiate Professor, University of Maryland University College – UMUC, USA
New Learning 2.0: Promise or Threat? The Institutional Challenge

Paul Clark
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching), The Open University, UK
VLEs, Web2.0, Open Source, Open Content: The UKOU’s experience of eLearning

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