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Friday, October 16 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Ethics of Collaboration and Sociocultural Implications 1

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Competency based digital Open Learning Activities as an innovative conceptual model to facilitate and promote healthcare education (Barman, Zary, Stathakarou, Vaitsis)

The HumanMOOC: A Community of Inquiry for Online Instructors (Al Freih & Kilgore)

Online Communities of Practice and Networked Learning: How Collaborative, Social Technologies Impact Workplace Learning in Higher Education (Pasquini)

Moderators
MG

Myk Garn

Board of Regents - System Office

Speakers
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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.
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Whitney Kilgore

Chief Academic Officer, iDesign
Whitney is the Chief Academic Officer at iDesign working with institutions of higher education to build high quality online and blended learning programs. Her primary areas of focus are faculty professional development, personalized adaptive digital content, and learner engagement. Her PhD research focused on the use of social media to support informal professional learning for educators.
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Laura Pasquini

Lecturer/Postdoctoral Researcher, University of North Texas/Royal Roads University
Exploring communities & networks for #OrgLearning and HRD.@UNTCOI Lecturer.@RoyalRoads Postdoctoral Researcher. Past & founding Editor of the @LPQuarterly.On @NACADA Council.#edusocmedia #OER #edtech #highered
avatar for Nabil Zary

Nabil Zary

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


Friday October 16, 2015 2:30pm - 3:30pm
5: Barnum Hub

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