Keynote speakers

The highlights of this year’s conference include keynote talks by prominent speakers including Dr. Gwang-Jo Kim, Director of UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Asia-Pacific; Dr. Ed H. Chi, Research Scientist, Google Research; Prof. Erik Duval, Professor of computer science, K.U.Leuven, Belgium and Prof. Roy Pea, Stanford University Professor of the Learning Sciences and Director of the Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning.

Dr Gwang-Jo Kim

Dr. Gwang-Jo KIM
Director of UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in Asia-Pacific

Keynote talk on
July 6, 09:30-10:15:

Linking Research and Policy Practice Towards Quality Learning: Why and How?

Chair:
K. M. Cheng,
The University of Hong Kong

Respondent:
Naomi Miyake,
University of Tokyo

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Dr. Ed H. Chi

Dr. Ed H. CHI
Research Scientist, Google Research

Keynote talk on
July 6, 10:15-11:00:

Augmented Social Cognition: How Social Computing is Changing eLearning

Chair:
Nancy Law,
The University of Hong Kong

Respondent:
Pierre Dillenbourg, EPFL

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Prof. Eric Duval

Prof. Erik DUVAL
Professor of computer science, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

Keynote talk on
July 7, 09:00-10:00:

On the importance of being open...

Chair:
Hans Spada,
University of Freiburg

Respondent:
Daniel SUTHERS,
University of Hawaii

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Prof. Roy Pea

Prof. Roy PEA
Stanford University Professor of the Learning Sciences, and
Director of the Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning

Keynote talk on
July 8
, 09:00-10:00:
CSCL Opportunities and Challenges in the Context of the US National Educational Technology Plan

Chair:
Gerry Stahl,
Drexel University

Respondent:
Chan Tak Wai,
National Central University of Taiwan

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Last modified on June 10, 2011