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Friday, October 16 • 9:55am - 10:55am
Systemic Impacts 1

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Emancipation and Acceptable Use: Administrative Policies and Digital Redlining in Higher Education (Gilliard)

Unpicking binaries: Exploring how educators conceptualize and make decisions about openness (Cronin)

Taking a broad, global and systematic approach to eLearning evidence synthesis for health professionals: findings from our Cochrane collaboration research initiative (Zary, Lilienthal, J. Car, Semwal, Nikolaou, Barman, L. Car)

Moderators
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Kristen Eshleman

Director of Digital Innovation, Davidson College
As Director of Digital Learning Research & Design, Kristen coordinates the design and research of campus-wide experiments supported by digital learning. Digital Learning R&D functions as an independent research initiative in Academic Affairs, focused on the design and support of experimental curricular and co-curricular learning opportunities that inform Davidson's academic digital strategy. She is also currently Director of Academic... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Linda Barman

Linda Barman

Chief Digital Officer and Educational Developer, Karolinska Institutet
MOOCs and innovative ideas of how to implement digital solutions that drive student learning. Also, research related to the digitization of higher education.
avatar for Catherine Cronin

Catherine Cronin

educator & researcher, National University of Ireland
Hi, I'm Catherine Cronin - educator and researcher at at NUI Galway (now settled in Ireland, but originally from New York City). My work focuses on open education, digital identity, and digital & network literacies. I'm currently doing PhD research in the area of open educational practices in higher education.
avatar for Hugh Culik

Hugh Culik

One of my interests is Samuel Beckett's embodiment of mathematical issues in his work, a tactic that seems part of his engagement with issues of completeness, consistency, completeness, and representation. This literary interest leads me to see the critical study of technology as similar to the critical study of literature; the world looks like a sea of nails to my literary hammer, but naming shared anxieties and fantasies of literature and... Read More →
avatar for Chris Gilliard

Chris Gilliard

My field is Rhetoric and Composition, but lately most of my work has focused on questions about privacy, surveillance, and ownership of data, especially in regards to students.
avatar for Charoula Konstantia Nikolaou

Charoula Konstantia Nikolaou

Research Fellow in eLearning and eHealth, LKCMedicine, Imperial College & Nanyang Technological University
avatar for Nabil Zary

Nabil Zary

Director of the Centre for Learning and Knowledge (CLK), Karolinska Institutet


Friday October 16, 2015 9:55am - 10:55am
6: Cubberly 115

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