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Saturday, October 17 • 1:25pm - 2:25pm
Systemic Impacts 4

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Trailblazing & Annotation (Gogia)

Testing the Practice of Book Sprints as a New Paradigm of Collaborative Writing for ICT Researchers and Innovators (Ratan)

Digital Learning: It's Like Déjà Vu All Over Again (Jones)

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Candace Thille

Director Open Learning Initiative, Asst Prof. Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

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Laura Gogia

Business Intelligence Liaison, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
I design and write about connected learning experiences in higher and adult education settings. I help people learn to navigate the open web for the purposes of lifelong learning, collaboration, professional development, community engagement, and fun .
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David Jones

Senior Lecturer, University of Southern Queensland
Much of the very long time I've been involved with University learning and teaching has been spent struggling with the silliness that is institutional learning and teaching systems, policies, and processes. I've got some ideas of how this can be actually fixed (as opposed to re-arranging the deck chairs once again), but need to hear what others are thinking and doing. I need your ideas.
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Kristen Ratan

Co-Founder, Collaborative Knowledge Foundation
Kristen Ratan is co-Founder of the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation along with Adam Hyde. She has a 20-year history leading strategy and innovation in the information industry. | | Kristen has worked to accelerate advances in publishing at two publishing platform companies, HighWire and Atypon. Kristen was most recently the Publisher at the Public Library of Science (PLOS), where she built teams to leverage new technologies, policies and... Read More →

Saturday October 17, 2015 1:25pm - 2:25pm
5: Barnum Hub

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