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Collaborative Learning. Community Led.

Welcome to the Open edX 2019 Conference, hosted by UC San Diego! This year’s theme is all about collaborative learning, and how Open edX enables technologists, educators and learners to collaborate, innovate, and move the state of teaching and learning forward.  
Wednesday, March 27 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Learning and Collaboration: Lessons from the Open Source Community

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A round table discussion about the current state of open source and open standards in online learning. Attendees will hear about progress and problems, as well as how we can more forward.

Speakers
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Stephen Jacobs

Faculty, Rochester Institute of Technology
Humanitarian FOSS, Game Design, Digital Humanities, American Sign Language, Ukulele
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Flavia Cioanca

Instructional Design Manager, The Linux Foundation
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Alvin Richards

Chief Education Officer, Redis Labs
Alvin has held various executive roles, most recently as the field chief technology officer at MariaDB, vice president of product at Aerospike and engineering lead at MongoDB. He has worked with SasS startups, enterprise storage (NetApp) and byte-code virtualization and containers... Read More →
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John Mark Walker

Open edX Community Lead, edX
John Mark Walker is the Open edX Community Lead for edX. He has been an open source community and ecosystems expert for 2 decades, starting with VA Linux Systems and SourceForge.net. He was the Gluster Community Leader at Red Hat, and was the product and community owner for ViPR Controller... Read More →


Wednesday March 27, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Center Hall, Room 216 Center Hall, Library Walk, San Diego, CA 92161

Attendees (48)