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Tuesday, May 24 • 4:20pm - 5:45pm
General Session: Next Generation Digital Learning Lightning Talks Continue

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Continuation of the 15-minute lightning talks where education leaders will share their definition of next generation of digital learning and outline their vision of what is needed to help the educational community realize the state of the art in learning platforms, tools, content, apps, assessment and analytics. Speakers will address expectations for the future in one or more of the following areas:
  • Interoperability and Integration
  • Personalization
  • Analytics, Advising, and Learning Assessment
  • Collaboration
  • Accessibility and Universal Design

Speakers
avatar for John Baker

John Baker

CEO, D2L
avatar for Dale Johnson

Dale Johnson

Adaptive Program Manager, Arizona State University
Dale Johnson is the Adaptive Program Manager at ASU. His focus is on creating scalable adaptive systems in collaboration with faculty and vendors to improve the success rate in large general education courses. Dale studied design at ASU and public policy at Harvard, a learning path that combined his interests in architecture, engineering, art and history. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and building. He’s visited over 30... Read More →
avatar for Jon Mott, Ph.D.

Jon Mott, Ph.D.

Chief Learning Officer, Learning Objects
Passionate about transforming teaching and learning through personalization and adaptivity. No two learners are alike. Through powerful personalized, competency-based learning tools we can empower unique learners to achieve their goals at their pace.
avatar for Connie Yowell

Connie Yowell

CEO, Collective Shift
Connie is the visionary and CEO of LRNG. She brings considerable experience from the MacArthur Foundation, where as Director of Education she oversaw a $200 million effort over 10 years to support research and design experiments in Digital Media & Learning. Prior to joining the Foundation, Connie was an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois, publishing scholarly work that examined the complex interplay among young people’s... Read More →


Tuesday May 24, 2016 4:20pm - 5:45pm
Salon H

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