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Saturday, October 17 • 9:40am - 10:40am
Systemic Impacts 3

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Research Design Protocols for High-Risk Pilotsde (Garn)

MOOCs and the Gaze of Big Other (deHaye)

A Hitchhikers Guide to Change in Higher Education (Petersen & Cormier)

Moderators
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George Siemens

University of Texas Arlington, Link Lab

Speakers
avatar for Dave Cormier

Dave Cormier

UPEI
Dave Cormier is an educational activist, researcher, online community advocate and the Project Lead for Student Relations Management at the University of Prince Edward Island. He has published on open education, Rhizomatic Learning, MOOCs (Massive/Open Online Courses), and the impact of technology on the future of high education. | | As Manager of Domestic Recruitment, First-Year advising and first-year success and Project Lead for Student... Read More →
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Paul-Olivier Dehaye

Sandstorm.io / Personal data wobbing
I am a mathematician who somehow landed at DataHarvest. I am there to tell you about Sandstorm.io, a radically easier way to host a private ecosystem of collaborative apps. I also want to pitch ideas around corporate surveillance and algorithmic transparency, and new tools for personal data wobbing.
MG

Myk Garn

Board of Regents - System Office
RP

Rebecca Petersen

Director of Online Experiential Learning, Faculty in Instructional & Program Design, Northeastern University, Brandeis University
Digital learning design, action research, program design and systemic challenges.



Saturday October 17, 2015 9:40am - 10:40am
4: CERAS 300

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