Schedule


 Date  Start Time  End Time Event
 03/15  9:30 am  10:00 am Registration and Coffee/Tea
 03/15  10:00 am          10:15 am Welcome by Introduction by Catherine Koshland, Vice Provost for Teaching, Learning, Academic Planning and Facilities, UC Berkeley   
 03/15  10:15 am  11:45 am Panel 1: Affordances and Constraints of Online Learning Tools & Theories of Learning (Moderator: Prof. Ken Goldberg)
Marti Hearst, Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley 
Gabe Kleinman, IDEO
Suzanne Howard, IDEO
Greg Niemeyer, Associate Professor, Art Practice and New Media, UC Berkeley

 03/15  11:45 am   1 pm Lunch break (pre-purchased lunches can be picked up in the third-floor Atrium)
Demonstration (third-floor Atrium): Attendees will have hands-on time playing four iPad learning apps designed for children with special needs. Sooinn Lee from LocoMotive Labs will briefly explain how to achieve engagement and independence through learner-centered design, and how this design method gives benefit to all children, regardless of their abilities. 
 
 03/15  01:00 pm
 01:15 pm
 01:15 pm
 02:45 pm
Announcement by Conferenciers Greg Niemeyer and David Bates
Panel 2: Blue Sky Tools (Moderator: Prof. David Bates)
Sooinn Lee, CEO, LocoMotive Labs
Carina Wong, College Ready Work, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Piotr Mitros, Chief Scientist, edX
Omoju Miller, Doctoral Student, Computer Science Education, UC Berkeley
 
 03/15  02:45 pm      03:00 pm Break
 
 03/15  03:00 pm  4:30 pm Panel 3: Analytics and Research Opportunities (Moderator: Prof. Eric Paulos)
John Rinderle, Associate Director, Open Learning Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University 
Dan Garcia, Senior Lecturer SOE, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley
Kimiko Ryokai, Assistant Professor, School of Information, UC Berkeley
Howard Rheingold, Lecturer, Stanford University and UC Berkeley 

 03/15  04:30 pm  05:00 pm Break  
 03/15  05:00 pm  06:00 pm Keynote 
Peter Norvig, Director of Research, Google 

 03/15   06:00 pm  07:30 pm Reception, Sutardja Dai Hall Atrium  
     
   Saturday, March 16, 2013 
 03/16  09:45 am  10:30 am Registration and Coffee/Tea  
 03/16  10:30 am  12:00 pm Panel 4: Communities of Practice (Moderator: Prof. Gail de Kosnik) 
Jabari Mahiri, Professor, Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley
Jacqueline Shea Murphy, Associate Professor, Department of Dance, UC Riverside
Andreea Gorbatai, Assistant Professor, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
Richard Freishtat, Senior Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning, UC Berkeley

 03/16  12:00 pm     01:00 pm Lunch break (pre-purchased lunches can be picked up in the third-floor Atrium)  
 03/16   01:00 pm  02:30 pm Panel 5: Experiences, Outcomes and Continuing Education (Moderator: Dean Diana Wu)   
Senator Dean Florez, 20 Million Minds FoundationSenate Bill SB520: An Online Student Access Platform
Pieter Abbeel, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley and edX instructor
Lal Jones-Bey, Business Development, Coursera
Sunita Mohanty, Lumosity 
Quinn Dombrowski, Research Applications Developer, UC Berkeley 

 03/16  02:30 pm   03:00 pm Student Responses (BerkeleyX, UC Online, Coursera) and Audience Questions   
 03/16  03:00 pm  03:20 pm Break  
 03/16  03:30 pm  05:00 pm Panel 6: The Reach of Online Education (Moderator: Prof. Victoria Robinson)
Christopher Newfield, Professor, Department of English, UC Santa Barbara
Jen Schradie, Department of Sociology, UC Berkeley
Christian Simm, swissnex
Enrique TamesDirector de la Escuela de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, Tecnológico de Monterrey

 03/16  05:00 pm  05:30 pm Closing remarks
 03/17  09:00 am  09:00 pm College Readiness App Hackathon, 340 Moffitt Library, BCNM Commons

   09:00 am  09:30 am Welcome and Introductions
 
   09:30 am  04:00 pm Design and coding
 
   04:00 pm  05:00 pm Team pitches
 
   05:00 pm  06:00 pm Awards and reception
 

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