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Possibilities, Challenges, and Processes of Governance in Online Education

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In this online conference we will explore the possibilities, challenges, and processes of governance in online education

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Exploring the Possibilities, Challenges, and Processes of Governance in Online Education

24th January 2019

14.00 pm - 17.00 pm Central European Time

(8:00 - 11:00 am Eastern Standard Time /  18.30 - 21.30 pm Indian Standard Time)

With online learning on the rise, questions of educational quality and legitimacy have become increasingly prevalent and calls to explore governance have emerged. Will online education revolutionize educational access and opportunity, or will it accelerate a downward spiral in educational quality? And what role does governance play in determining the outcome? How will data privacy and the integration of new enabling technologies need to be addressed? In this online conference, we will explore the se questions and the possibilities, challenges, and processes of governance in online education.

The online conference marks the second phase of Project Ungoverned? The Online Learning Landscape and follows our recent podcast series, which looks at the online education and its governance across the globe, including new ways of teaching and learning, data privacy, enabling technologies, and online higher education. (You can subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and TuneIn)

This online symposium is being convened by Project Ungoverned?, which takes place within the Bosch Alumni Network – a network which consists of people who’ve been supported in one way or another by the Robert Bosch Stiftung. The network is coordinated by the International Alumni Center (iac Berlin), a think and do tank for alumni communities with social impact.

AGENDA (Central European Time)

14:00 pm       Nicole Harkin & Kim Ochs, Project Ungoverned

14:30 pm       Laura Maloney, American College of Education

15:00 pm       Denise Manganello, Seneca Valley School District, USA

15:30 pm       Shalini Menon, Quest Alliance, India

16:00 pm       Alex Kaplan, IBM Watson Education

16:30 pm       Wrap-up and Conclusions

Agenda in Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Agenda in Indian Standard Time (IST)

PARTICIPATION

Each 30-minute session will include a 20-minute presentation by the speaker followed by a question and answer session.  The working language of the symposium is English. You can attend the whole program or individual sessions. Please register here to receive access to the platform.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

The conference will be convened on the online platform Zoom (You can find their technical requirements here). Instructions to download Zoom onto your computer will be included the invitation you will receive. You can participate using a mobile device by downloading the Zoom app onto your tablet, iPad, or mobile phone.

ABOUT THE RELATED PODCAST

During this online conference, we will be exploring some of the questions we identified in our podcast episodes :

Episode 1 - Governance and the Online Learning Landscape

Episode 2 Part 1 - New Ways of Teaching and Learning: An Online Professional Development Program (US)

Episode 2 Part 2 - New Ways of Teaching and Learning: An Online Program for Entrepreneurs (Spain)

Episode 3 Part 1 - Improving Global Access to Education:  Kiron Open Higher Education for Refugees (Germany)

Episode 3 Part 2 - Improving Access to Education in India: Quest Alliance (India)

Episode 4 Part 1 - Online Higher Education: Experiences Learning and Teaching Online

Episode 4 Part 2 - Online Higher Education: Administration and Governance

Episode 5 - Data Privacy and Online Schooling

Episode 6 - The Future of Online Education and Enabling Technologies

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