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Thursday, February 14 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
PANEL Discussion: Future Trends

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At the 2011 Canada MoodleMoot held in Edmonton a closing plenary session involved crowdsourcing Future of eLearning trends from participants. Trends were developed into a poster  around broad themes of global, students, pedagogies, teachers, technology, and credentials.  View the PDF HERE

The 2013 MoodleMoot will revisit the theme of Future Trends. A panel of future thinkers representing K-12, post-secondary and corporate learning will put forward their future trends.

In their statements on future trends panel members will identify at least three trends:

  1. a trend that relates to a Future of eLearning trend crowdsourced at the 2011 Canada MoodleMoot
  2. their forecast for the Learning Management System sector and Moodle's place in it
  3. a trend particularly pertinent to the sector they represent - Community K-12, post-secondary, corporate learning


Using roving microphones and moderators the audience will be invited to interact with the panel, ask questions, comment on trends crowdsourced at the 2011 ModdleMoot, and put forward their own future trends.
Format:

1. Opening introductions – Paul Stacey, chair.
2. Panel introduction – each panel member introduces themselves and provides statement on at least 3 future trends (3-5 minutes/panel member max)
3. Moderators will pose key questions for panel member consideration, and then pose same questions to audience.
4. Panel to panel and audience to panel, and audience to audience interaction will be nurtured.
5. A summary statement will be invited from each panel member, and chair will close.

 


Moderators
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Paul Stacey

Associate Director of Global Learning, Creative Commons
I live just outside Vancouver Canada and work on Creative Common's global open education and open business models initiatives. I like ping pong, cycling, art, food, and drink - count me in on parties.

Speakers
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Willem Boom

Vice President - Partner Solutions, Totara Learning Solutions
Willem Boom is the Vice President – Partner Solutions for Totara Learning Solutions.  He is based in Bend, Oregon USA and is responsible for developing Totara’s partner network in North and South America.
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Mike Churchward

CPO, Remote Learner Canada
Mike Churchward is a senior executive at Remote-Learner.net, a company that provides subscription-based Moodle support services for its clients, including the ELIS Moodle add-ons that provide enterprise-level management support for Moodle. Mike has been working with Moodle since he stumbled across it in 2004. Mike is a Moodle developer, the founder of Remote-Learner Canada (formerly Open Knowledge Technologies) and a co-author of the book "Moodle... Read More →
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Brian Kuhn

Director of Technology and Chief Information Officer, Vancouver School Board
In his dual role Brian develops, promotes, and provides vision, strategy, and senior leadership for technology selection and adoption in support of learning, teaching, and the business of education while leading and overseeing the department responsible for technology development, implementation, and support services.  Brian holds a bachelor’s degree of science in computing science, enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, golf, and is an avid... Read More →
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David Porter

Executive Director, BCcampus
A long-time advocate for the benefits of adapting new technology to deliver educational opportunities, David’s extensive experience in the education and training fields has included working with both public and private sector organizations.


Thursday February 14, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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