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The Open Learning Revolution

David Price

Wednesday, March 21, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (AEDT)

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The digital revolution has spawned immense opportunities for new forms of learning to be shared, worldwide.

Current business models of learning are stuck. Classroom training still dominates, with R&D cycles unable to respond quickly to the need for ever-quicker innovation.

The real learning takes place outside of work, schools and virtual classrooms. It’s a revolution of social and open learning in communal and civic spaces.

Bring your ideas and experiences to The Open Learning Revolution, and explore the platforms, techniques, and innovations that are reshaping the way we learn.

What: The Open Learning Revolution

When: 5:30 - 8:30pm, 21 March 2012

Night Parrot, Australian Museum, corner College and Yurong Streets, Sydney

Where: Night Parrot, Australian Museum (Corner of College and Yuron Streets, Sydney)

Cost: $40 (some food and drinks included)

Tweet: #openlearningrev

Hosted by Susan Groundwater-Smith and led by internationally renowned education reformer, David Price OBE.

David Price

Proceeds go to Project Australia, a not-for-profit organisation helping people start, scale and sustain community projects and Vibewire, a community organisation providing media, arts & entrepreneurial opportunities and events for young people.

VibewireProject Australia

Have questions about The Open Learning Revolution? Contact David Price

When & Where

Night Parrot
The Australian Museum
Cnr Colleg and Yurong Streets
Sydney, New South Wales 2010

Wednesday, March 21, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (AEDT)

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David Price

David Price is an education consultant, project manager, strategic adviser and public speaker. In 1994 he helped establish Sir Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, where he was Director of Learning for 7 years. Since then, he has led national projects in arts and education in the UK and advised companies, NFPs and govt departments internationally. The focus of his work is primarily about finding innovative ways to engage learners through more democratic and more relevant forms of education. He is a Senior Associate at the

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