We’re excited to be Virtually Connecting from Connected Learning Summit 2018 (#cls2018) at MIT in Cambridge, MA.
The mission of the Connected Learning Summit is to fuel a growing movement of innovators harnessing emerging technology to expand access to participatory, playful, and creative learning.
The Connected Learning Summit represents a merger between three community events with this shared vision and values: the Digital Media and Learning Conference, the Games+Learning+Society Conference, and Sandbox Summit. With a unique focus on cross-sector connections and progressive and catalytic innovation, this event brings together leading researchers, educators and developers.
The conference program includes a mix of engaging presentation and workshop formats ranging from speculative design, to game walkthroughs, sharing work in progress, and research panels.
If you’re interested in having conversations with some of the folks onsite at #cls2018, we have the following sessions planned. Times are local to the #cls2018 conference (USA Eastern Time), but look below to find times adjusted to your timezone and links to watch sessions live or recorded if you can’t join the session itself.
Join the conversation virtually and chat with onsite participants: Sign up online.
Just watch conversations from whatever part of the globe you’re in, at any time that fits your schedule. No need to sign up: you can watch the embedded YouTube videos below both live during the conversation or later at your convenience.
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Below are confirmed guests for each time slot. We may be updating these slots with additional guests as they confirm their preferred times.
Thursday 02 August 1–1:30pm ET with Sue Erickson, Gardner Campbell, and John Okewole
We are proud to present onsite guests Sue Erikson (@SueErickson10), Library Director at Virginia Wesleyan University, Gardner Campbell (@GardnerCampbell), Associate Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, and John Okewole (@dbeloved), Systems Analyst and Instructional Designer at the Yaba College of Technology in Lagos, Nigeria.
Friday 03 August 1–1:30pm ET with Judy Perry, Sherry Hsi, and John Okewole
We are proud to present onsite guests Judy Perry(@jperry429), Research Manager for the MIT Scheller Teacher Education program, Sherry Hsi (@SherryHsi), Executive Vice President of the Concord Consortium, and John Okewole (@dbeloved), Systems Analyst and Instructional Designer at the Yaba College of Technology in Lagos, Nigeria.
Join the conversation virtually with onsite participants: Sign up online.